Tottenham Hotspur full-back Alan Hutton will have a scan on Monday on his injured foot after missing Sunday's 1-0 win over Blackburn Rovers at White Hart Lane.
The 23-year-old's start to the campaign was delayed due to the problem but he had been playing for the last month and featured in Scotland's defeat to Argentina last Wednesday.
Spurs boss Harry Redknapp faces an anxious wait to see if Hutton can make the trip to Nijmegen for Thursday's UEFA Cup clash as right-back Vedran Corluka is cup-tied and skipper Ledley King will be rested.
Striker Roman Pavlyuchenko, who is also ineligible for European action this week, scored the only goal of the match against Blackburn yesterday, lifting Spurs out of the relegation zone.
Rovers had Martin Olsson sent off and boss Paul Ince had a row at half-time with Joe Jordan, accusing the Spurs first-team coach of attempting to get other players dismissed.
Ince said: ''Joe Jordan was talking to the referee about Andre Ooijer and Lennon, (saying) he kicked him two or three times.We're already got a man sent off and he's trying to get another sent off.''
Olsson's two bookings were for fouls on Aaron Lennon, who also took advantage of a mistake from the Rovers full-back to set up Pavlyuchenko's winner.
Redknapp feels Lennon's form could put him back in the England frame after falling behind the likes of Theo Walcott, David Beckham and Shaun Wright-Phillips in Fabio Capello's pecking order.
Lennon was taken to the last World Cup and then found himself out of favour, but Redknapp said: ''If he starts seeing him play like that he'll put himself in the picture again.
''I've had Walcott (at Southampton). Walcott is young but so is Lennon. He's 21, only a kid. There is nothing to stop him because there are not many wingers around who can do what he does.
''Lennon is exciting. He carries the game forward for us. He was the wonderkid at the last World Cup, then he was off the radar and not getting a game here. I think his confidence is coming back.''