Sauzée said: “He'll be in the squad for Saturday and I'd have no worries about playing him. He may not have much experience in terms of first-team football, but you have to start sometime. It's not easy for us at the moment, but I am sure Gary will bring a good spirit and a freshness."
Sauzée has refused to rule out Caldwell’s loan move turning into a permanent switch. "Gary is coming to help us out to the end of the season, but after that we will see. I don't know exactly what the situation will be," he said.
Meanwhile, Sauzée is planning to meet trialist and former AS Monaco FC team-mate Lilian Martin to discuss a move to the Scottish capital. "Lilian has done well, he is strong with very good experience and I think we will make a decision tomorrow," he said. "I'll speak with him then but, of course, it also depends on what Lilian wants to do, whether he wants to come to Scotland."
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