Although he started against Celtic his game ended after 37 minutes when he had to go off injured.
The commanding centre-half missed the opening four league games of the campaign through suspension but has been impressive at the heart of the Jambos defence since reclaiming his place in the team.
"Marius should be back in full training next week," boss Csaba Laszlo said today.
"Gary Glen should also be training next week and that is another positive for the squad as Eggert Jonsson and David Templeton are also back on the training ground."
The good news about Marius and Gary comes after Csaba revealed yesterday that David Witteveen hadn't suffered a serious injury against the Buddies despite having to be stretchered off the pitch in the second half.
"Things are getting better on that front, definitely," he added.
We just want Lee Wallace back from Japan after Scotland duty in Japan with no injuries and we'll be ready for Aberdeen.