ST MIRREN manager Jack Ross doesn’t expect any last minute arrivals at St Mirren before the transfer window shuts on Thursday night, he insists he is happy the squad he has at his disposal.

Saints’ most recent additions were striker Darryl Duffy and full back Liam Smith.

Ross says that has all but concluded his business, the only possibility which might’ve led him back into the market was if there had been bad news on Gary MacKenzie’s injury, but the centre back is expected to return to training this week.

The defender took a head knock in the opening league game against Falkirk, which didn’t require treatment and he played the following week against Morton.

The 31-year-old felt some effects of it in the days after but should now return to training after seeing specialists.

Ross said: “The board have been very supportive in allowing me to pad out the squad. But I think we needed to, we need that strength in depth.

"Depending on what had happened with Gary I might have been arguing for something else, but at the moment we’re okay.

“The situation with Gary is as it turned out he believed he had a head knock against Falkirk, which I don’t think he required any treatment for at the time and we were unaware of.

“He then felt that he wasn’t quite himself in the weeks after.

“He had another appointment with the specialist on Friday and he should hopefully return to training this week. He’s been assessed again but we sent him to see a neurologist to keep us and Gary right.”