Motherwell boss Stuart McCall says winger Chris Humphrey could miss his team’s Champions League qualifying second leg against Panathinaikos after picking up a hamstring problem against Ross County.
Humphrey limped off after 20 minutes of the clash in Dingwall, prompting fears he had pulled the muscle.
McCall says that’s not the case but has serious doubts whether the 24-year-old will recover in time for the game in Greece.
He said: "Humphrey came off with a bit of a hamstring problem.
"He hasn't pulled it but he will be a doubt for Athens."
The news is a blow to the Steelmen who trial 2-0 from the first leg. Motherwell were forced to settle for a point in their opening SPL game of the season.
McCall felt his side should have tested former goalkeeper Michael Fraser on a more regular basis.
"I was disappointed with the fact we didn't make more use of the ball we had," McCall said.
"We dominated the possession for a long time and we didn't make any real clear-cut chances.
"They defended solidly but we can play better. We've got to take the positives, a clean sheet and the first point on the board.
"It was obviously going to be a tough first game against a newly-promoted side but I'm slightly disappointed in our own performance when we had the ball.
"But we'll settle for a point because neither side deserved to win or lose."