Inverness manager Richie Foran admits he will welcome back goalkeeper Owain Fon Williams from Euro 2016 duty on Sunday.
The 29-year-old was part of a Wales squad that reached the semi-finals in France before being knocked out by eventual winners Portugal.
The shot-stopper was an unused substitute for all six of Wales’ matches as Chris Coleman opted for Danny Ward in the opening Group B win over Slovakia before handing Wayne Hennessey the gloves for the remaining games.
Foran, who hopes Ryan Esson will shrug off a groin injury for Saturday’s Betfred Cup visit of Dundee United said: “Fon is back in on Sunday, we gave him a bit of time off. Keepers more than anyone need time off, they need a mental break.
“They have that concentration level all season and he’s had a really tough Euros.
“Although he wasn’t playing, training-wise it was really tough for him so we gave him two-and-a-half weeks off.”