Bournemouth are set to be without Neil Moss for up to 12 weeks following the news that the goalkeeper has broken his wrist.
Moss could face up to three months on the sidelines after an X-ray confirmed he has broken his scaphoid in his right wrist.
The shot-stopper sustained the injury in the warm-up ahead of Saturday's League One game against Cheltenham on Saturday.
Moss has now had his wrist placed in a cast and he could also face surgery depending upon the assessment of a specialist.
The 32-year-old has made 154 appearances for Bournemouth over the course of two spells with the South Coast club after initially leaving the for an eight-year stint with Southampton in 1995.