Leeds United will make a decision on their starting line-up tomorrow morning with a major injury doubt hanging over the club ahead of their clash with Brentford.
Head coach Uwe Rosler refused to identify the player in question but admitted the make-up of his team was still up in the air ahead of Brentford’s visit to Elland Road.
Rosler is hoping to leave his side unchanged after a five-game unbeaten run in the Championship last month and a 2-1 victory at Derby County prior to the international break.
Striker Chris Wood, who struck the winning goal in that match with his third finish in as many games, appeared to be limping in the dying moments of the contest at Pride Park.
Rosler said: “We have one player - and I don’t tell you the name - who’s a worry.
“It’s a player who started the last game. There’s one question mark and we’ll make a final decision tomorrow.”
Midfielder Tommaso Bianchi, who has been recovering from knee surgery for the past month, is Leeds’ only longer-term absentee.
New signing Jordan Botaka, winger Stuart Dallas and midfielder Lewis Cook are all believed to have returned from international duty unscathed.