Tony Mowbray says he'll know this week whether a key quartet will be available sooner or later, following the defeat to Brentford on Saturday.
Bradley Dack, Danny Graham and Corry Evans all had to be substituted in the second half due to injuries before Darragh Lenihan limped off towards the end of the encounter at Griffin Park.
It proved to be a damaging day for Mowbray's men in more ways than one, and discussing the injuries, the boss says
“It’s too early to say on the injury front," he told reporters when asked about the four players after the game.
“Danny has a sore back and Bradley has a sore achilles. We’ll see how they are and see whether those injuries are long-term or short-term.
“Evans has had three or four injuries throughout the game and was hobbling around like an old man. He had to come off.
“Darragh made his own decision. The game had gone by that point and I think he took a knock.
"We'll leave those four in the hands of the physio department and see how we are. We ended up finishing the game depleted. It was a frustrating day all round."