Yeovil manager Gary Johnson says he may be without on-loan Tottenham midfielder Dean Parrett for up to a fortnight due to injury.
Parrett had to be replaced in the game against Colchester at the weekend and the Glovers are awaiting the results of a scan on his knee and ankle to determine the damage.
"I think he is struggling. I think it is a little bit of everything - it is a little bit of knee ligaments and ankle ligaments so we are thinking it is probably better to send him back to Tottenham to assess it," he told the Western Morning News.
"His father is here so he will drive him back and we will know more on Monday morning. We do not want to lose him but we may have lost him for a week or two depending on what the assessment is."
Should Parrett's injury be worse than first thought, Johnson could return to the loan market for a replacement.
"Let's wait and see what the assessment is, said Johnson. "I will have a chat with [assistant manager] Terry [Skiverton] and the lads and we will look to see who we have got on our list. We have got a long list and if we need to bring one in, that is what we will have to do."