Thistle boss Stuart Davidson has said that the strong competition in his squad is a big help - but also gives him a headache!

Davidson now has the 'luxury' of a full squad as the Barrfields side hit their best form of the season.
Earlier this season in some games Largs were only able to field one sub due to injury, suspension and lack of availability - but the picture has significantly improved with new signings on board while long term injured players have also returned - and there is a real good feel factor surrounding the club after moving up to fifth in the Premier League.
Largs are shaping up to a tough away trip to Rob Roy - and are still smarting from a 5-1 reversal to the Kirkintilloch side in the second home game of the season which also saw David McGrath sustain a heel injury which kept him out for six months.
He said: "It is great to be in fifth position but we have played more games than the rest and all I am concerned about is winning more games to secure our safety in the Premier League.
"We don't want to get dragged down because it is that kind of league that you can't rest for a minute and you need to keep pushing on.
"It is a big two weeks ahead with Rob Roy away this Saturday and then Troon away under the lights on the following Friday
"The league position is good but we want a strong finish to this league.
"Although we have a good squad now and it gives me a headache in terms of who to pick and who to leave out, it is a problem that I want to have as it keeps everything fresh and everyone is fighting for their place.
"Rob Roy is traditionally a hard game and although they had a dip they are now picking up results and we will go there and battle away.
"I don't feel the 5-1 defeat earlier in the season was a fair reflection of the game itself, and felt the first goal shouldn't have stood with David McGrath got that bad injury. It is great having David back in the squad now after such a long injury lay-off. I will have to go back and look at the game to see what we can take from it going into this weekend.
Davidson said: "It was a tough game and we didn't start the greatest but we got the goal which was a wee bit against the run of play but it settled us down.
"Will Sewell got in a good cross to David Ramsay in the middle who controlled it and put it past the keeper.
"Meadow made it hard for us as they knew we had had a couple of good wins and had been scoring a few goals so they tried to stop us and it was a bit of a battle so we had to deal with that - and I felt there was some real quality about our play.
"Ramsay and Lewis combined well and Ramsay got one on one with the keeper to finish it well and make it 2-0.
"I knew there would be a reaction from Meadow in the second half but I was a little bit disappointed it came as quickly as it did after a throw in and then a stramash in our box and managed to capitalise.
"The good thing from our own point of view is that we didn't let it affect us and our heads didn't drop and we kept pushing forward to increase our lead.
"It was a good team goal with Laurie McMaster and Simon McBryde involved and Will put in the cross and Scott Lewis scored with a spectacular scissors kick.
"I was delighted that both our strikers scored on the day - Ramsay put in a power of work during the afternoon, as he has done over recent weeks, and merited his double, and Scott Lewis scoredan excellent goal.
"The boys are performing well and that is four wins out of six now for us but we want to keep the momentum going."
Largs will be looking to replicate their away visit last season against Rob Roy which culminated in an impressive 2-1 victory to complete last year's league campaign and secure a top half of the league table finish.
NEXT GAME: March 18 - Kirkintilloch Rob Roy v Largs Thistle, 2pm kick off at Guy's Meadow, Cumbernauld.