Rangers have revealed that striker Andy Little will be out injured “for the foreseeable future”.
The Ibrox club have been dealt a blow ahead of Saturday's Third Division game against Annan.
The striker, who has netted eight goals so far this season, is wearing a cast after a scan while on international duty with Northern Ireland revealed a possible stress fracture to his foot.
Ally McCoist told the official Rangers website: “He was away with Northern Ireland and he got a scan over in Belfast and it showed that something wasn’t right so we got another scan when he came back.
“They decided to put him in a boot. I don’t think it’s broken but there’s a possibility of a wee stress fracture.
“I’m not saying we’re down to the bare bones. I wouldn’t imagine there will be too many changes in personnel over the three or four games.”
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