Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Glenn Hoddle has his usual crop of injury concerns before Saturday's match at Queens Park Rangers.
Midfielders Paul Ince and Mark Davies are under treatment. Although Lee Naylor has recovered from a stiff back sustained in the 3-2 weekend win at Hull, Hoddle has doubts over his existing absentees.
"Lee is back in training and is not a serious doubt," Hoddle said. "But Paul Ince and Jody Craddock are still in the treatment room and have not yet resumed training."
Ince did remarkably well to play at all in Saturday's crucial win at the K C Stadium, only ten days after the old warhorse tore his hamstring in scoring the winner at Burnley. Hoddle said that ensuring Ince is fit to play at Loftus Road could prove to be another battle.
He said: "I'd say Incey is rated 50-50. He suffered a nasty bruise after getting a knee in the back. And Seol has come back early from international duty with a nasty skin infection. It's calmed down but he's not over it yet."
The talented Davies pulled out of England Under-19's match against Slovenia at Northampton on Tuesday night because of a slight back problem.
But Hoddle has some encouraging news, saying: "Gabor Gyepes is able to go out to work with the physios. Colin Cameron has taken part in his first training session and we hope to see him get a game in training in the next day or two.
"But the brightest news is that Mark Clyde is fit.
"Although he is lacking match-fitness and needs games, with the way injuries are he may need to be involved."
If Clyde plays, possibly in place of Rob Edwards who had an unhappy afternoon at Hull, it will end an injury-scarred 13 months.
He won his second cap for Northern Ireland against Germany in June but his last match for Wolves was in February 2005. ..SUPL: