Sima will play 'important part' - Clement

Phillipe Clement has asked Rangers fans not to expect "miracles" of Abdallah Sima as the striker gets set to make his return from injury.

The Brighton loanee has been missing since underdoing surgery on a thigh issue in January, but is now in contention for Saturday's visit of Hibs to Ibrox.

On his potential return, Clement said: "It's important but he's been a long time out, so you can't expect miracles from the start. He has shown his quality, his power, his pace. He has the appetite for goals and he came back in a good way in training.

"It's about building rhythm again and making him stronger. Then he's going to play an important part in the next two months."

Kieran Dowell, Dujon Sterling and Ross McCausland are all back in training, but the Belgian boss warned there's still decisions to be made on their availability.

"They're all in contention, but of course, not to play 90 minutes. Then it's to make choices.

"If they can only play 15/20 minutes, you can't have four or five players like that on the bench. We need to take that into account and make good choices about that."

On Ridvan Yilmaz, who picked up an injury on international duty, he added: "It's not going to be long, long-term. We're going to see next week. There's a possibility he could be fit next week but it's a doubt. We'll make our evaluation about this.