Jim Goodwin has given an injury update on Dylan Levitt.
The Welsh midfielder sustained ligament damage in the defeat against Aberdeen on March 4th and it was doubtful he would be out for the rest of the season.
However, the good news is he won't require surgery and Goodwin is hopeful he will be back soon.
“It’s too hard to definitively put your finger on it and we are trying to play it by ear at the moment,” he said. “It could be three or four weeks, or it could be a bit longer. We’ll need to wait and see.
“The physio and medical team are working extremely hard to get him the best rehab we can.
“We are speaking to some top surgeons and specialists and it doesn’t seem like he’ll need to go under the knife.
“We’ve only go nine games left so we’ll try to push him as hard as we can to have him available for at least some part of the run-in.”