And I think Rangers will benefit from his availability greatly in the weeks ahead.
Little came on as a second- half substitute this week and played in two positions.
He started up front alongside Jon Daly in his preferred role.
Then, when David Templeton came on, Fraser Aird switched to the left wing and Andy moved to the right flank.
That sums up what is great about Andy. He is a utility player who can play in a variety of positions in attack.
He gives the manager a variety of options and creates competition for places.
It says much about him that he has come back from the broken cheekbone and jaw he sustained in the bruising encounter with Dunfermline last month so quickly.
He was not expected back until 2014. He is obviously a quick healer. But he is clearly keen to be involved in the side as well.
He was understandably ring- rusty against Stranraer having not played any competitive football for over six weeks.
But that is to be expected. I am sure that, given how well he has recovered from his injury, he will be back to his best in no time.
He creates competition for places up front. If Nicky Clark or Daly are not scoring he can come in and take their place in the side.