Rangers attacker Scott Wright could miss more games than previously expected which would lead to a worst-case scenario, according to Dr Rajpal Brar.
The injury expert claims that what was suspected initially as a knock may even be a bone bruise that could keep him out for a few more weeks.
However, if he’s ready to return post the international break then it’s perhaps a medium knock and he should be in contention against Aberdeen.
Discussing his situation exclusively with Ibrox News, Brar, a doctor in physical therapy and a sports scientist, said:
“The worst case would be a bone bruise and those can have major variance on them.
“That would rule him out for a few weeks.
“If he’s ready after the break, it’s likely just a medium knock that is impacting his function.“
The 26-year-old has been a bit part player for Rangers this season and has not played in more games than he has for the senior side.
He’s made just three league starts and two more appearances off the bench and is still to register a goal or an assist.
He’s even been sent off once and it remains to be seen if he’s still at Ibrox beyond this season as his performances have been underwhelming.