Leeds United's survival hopes have been dealt a further blow with the news that striker David Healy has broken his arm.
The Northern Ireland international sustained the injury in the closing stages of Leeds' midweek win at Hull City.
The former Manchester United and Preston North End hit-man will be out for at least a fortnight, with Healy joined on the sidelines by fellow injury casualty Tore Andre Flo after the Norwegian hit-man had fractured a bone in his foot.
With American winger Eddie Lewis out with a leg injury, Whites boss Dennis Wise may be forced into the loan market to bring in necessary cover, as Leeds look to avoid relegation to League One at the season's end.
Healy's injury is also a blow for Northern Ireland boss Lawrie Sanchez, as the striker will miss next week's friendly with Wales.