The Cappielow star has spent several weeks on the sidelines after being forced to go under the knife in a bid to cure a knee problem.
He was set to feature for Allan Moore's side last week but broke down in training after tweaking his thigh.
Tidser, though, has been joined in training by Fouad Bachirou and Moore hopes the influential midfielder is nearing the end of his injury nightmare.
He said: "The boys are looking great. We had five-a-sides in the gym on Wednesday and they were all looking sharp.
"Tidser joined in, although it was a case of having in him and then back out again, but hopefully he won't have any reaction to the session.
"We will see how Tids reacts to the work he has done. We will wait and see how he is and how he feels.
"He wasn't doing any real striking of the ball. Last week, he felt his thigh a bit so it is about managing it just now."
The Ton boss, meanwhile, is grateful that his squad have had a helping hand this week, given the adverse weather.
Moore added: "We are grateful that Inverclyde Leisure are allowing us to use the facilities at Port Glasgow. It has helped us to keep the boys ticking over and we appreciate what they do for us over the winter months."