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Leroy progressing ahead of scan

The scan - set to take place on Friday - is just a precaution to assess Fer's continued rehabilitation from the problem that has kept him sidelined for two months.

Club captain Fer suffered the injury in the draw with Birmingham at the end of January, and had been due to return to training at the end of February only to suffer a setback.

"Leroy is making good progress, but he will have another scan tomorrow just to check everything and how he is progressing," said Potter.

"He is working well and feels good.

"I wouldn't want to put a timescale on it as it has been a recurrence so we just have to check with the scan and make sure we follow the right protocols to get him back in the group.

"But it will still be a few weeks I would say."

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