Blackburn full-back Adam Henley will have a scan on Monday to discover the extent of the hamstring injury he sustained during the weekend's 2-0 FA Cup victory over Bristol City.
Henley has been one of Rovers' most consistent performers this season, establishing himself in the first-team at the start of Henning Berg's brief tenure as manager.
"Adam has damaged his hamstring but we don't know how bad," caretaker boss Gary Bowyer told Radio Rovers.
Last month, the 18-year-old Wales Under-21 international earned a new long-term deal at Ewood Park until summer 2017 and Bowyer would be loath to lose the player for Friday's npower Championship trip to Wolves following a run of three straight wins in the Rovers hotseat.
"He's come back into the side and done tremendously well and over the last two games he's been magnificent," Bowyer added. "But unfortunately he's tweaked a hamstring so we'll pick that up on Monday."