Caley Thistle defender Coll Donaldson will be assessed ahead of tomorrow’s Championship trip to Queen of the South after returning to training following a calf injury.
Donaldson limped off during the second half of Tuesday’s 4-0 victory over Brechin City due to the strain, having only returned from a separate hamstring injury in recent weeks.
Former Dundee United player Donaldson is back in training but Robertson has still to decide whether he will play in tomorrow’s match at Dumfries, which is quickly followed by Tuesday’s home match against Falkirk.
Robertson said: “Coll had a hamstring problem earlier in the season and missed a few games. He has a very tight calf and was feeling it on Tuesday night.
“We will have a look on Saturday. He may miss Saturday or play Saturday and miss Tuesday. Or he may play both.
“We’ve just got to monitor it as best we can, but he trained on Thursday no bother at all.”
Donaldson will definitely miss next Saturday’s game against Dumbarton due to a suspension incurred through an accumulation of bookings, but Robertson is content with the cover at his disposal, adding: “We wanted to give Gary Warren a rest on Tuesday as Coll is suspended for the Dumbarton game.
“Brad Mckay, Coll and Gary will be managed and the three of them will rotate the centre half positions from now until the end of the season.
“We trust the three of them in whichever combination we put out there.”