Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers are due to take on Partick this weekend.
Windass was taken off with injury during Rangers’ last match, but he has made it off the treatment table.
The rapid attacker joined in with Rangers’ training today, and Warburton has suggested that the summer signing is back to full health.
MW: Josh Windass hadn't trained until this morning but trained well today. He had a fat ankle on Sunday and that's why he got taken off.— Rangers FC (@RangersFC) November 24, 2016
Windass’ availability is good news for Warburton, as the former Accrington Stanley man has generally impressed when called upon this season.
Rangers are also boosted by the news that Martyn Waghorn is back to full fitness and available for selection.
However, Jordan Rossiter, who has been sidelined for much of his time at Ibrox so far, has been ruled out.
MW: Jordan Rossiter won't be available this weekend, Martyn Waghorn is back in full training & available.— Rangers FC (@RangersFC) November 24, 2016
If Rangers are able to beat Partick they will move up to second place in the Scottish Premiership table, as Aberdeen do not play this weekend.
Rangers go into the match on the back of a 1-0 victory over Dundee in their last outing.