GOALKEEPER Derek Gaston looks set to miss tomorrow’s night’s rescheduled match at Alloa Athletic after suffering a suspected concussion against Annan on Saturday.

The shot-stopper managed to finish the cup tie but was left seeing stars after a second-half collision and left the stadium in a groggy state.

Manager Jim Duffy fears Gaston will be unavailable for the return trip to the Indodrill Stadium, leaving him with a fresh injury headache.

Speaking to the Tele, he said: “We’ve got another injury concern with Derek Gaston towards the end of the game and we think he’s a doubt for Tuesday.

“He came in amongst bodies and suffered a head injury. The doc examined him and he’s a bit shaken, so we’re going to have to assess it.

“With any head injury you’ve got to be ultra-cautious and careful. His is not as severe as Alex Samuel’s earlier in the season – that was a real clash of heads — but it’s cause for concern.”

Following Grant Adam’s departure in December, teenager Jamie McGowan, who has made one start and one sub appearance at first-team level, is the only back-up on the Cappielow club’s books.

When asked if he would look to add another keeper in time to face the Wasps, Duffy said: “Well, I’ve only just found out.

“It’s a bit of a blow because other than young Jamie McGowan we don’t have any other goalkeepers, so it’s something we’re going to have to look at.”

Gaston last night told the Tele he felt he would be unlikely to be fit enough to face Alloa and also sent out a light-hearted tweet on Saturday night.

He said: “Great 7-1 victory for us today. Looking forward to the draw on Monday. Only downside is I think I have a little bit of concussion.”