There was a worrying moment in the second half of last Saturday’s 2-0 win over Queen’s Park when the two defenders collided.
Perry and Faure went for the same ball and the young Scot’s head connected with the back of the young Frenchman’s head.
Perry needed three stitches and both needed to be checked out for concussion. However, manager Ally McCoist has revealed that there is no lasting problem.
He said: “They are both fine. Ross got a few stitches in his head after hitting the back of Sebastien’s head.
“They were both a little concussed at the time but both are OK and both were back in training today which is good.”
Faure also had his right hand strapped up during the game after one of the Queen’s players stood on it but that too is not serious.