O’Neill hopes Neto’s hamstring injury ‘isn’t serious’

O’Neill hopes Neto’s hamstring injury ‘isn’t serious’

Wolverhampton Wanderers coach Gary O’Neill has expressed his hope that the hamstring injury suffered by Pedro Neto during the Newcastle United match is “not serious”.

Wolverhampton Wanderers Coach Gary O’Neill It is hoped that Pedro Neto He did not suffer a long-term hamstring injury against Newcastle United.

On Saturday night, Wolves came from behind twice to earn a deserved 2-2 draw against the Magpies in an entertaining Premier League encounter at Molineux.

However, just as the hosts were on the rise and chasing a third goal, Neto fell back sharply with an apparent hamstring injury, leaving him stretched out.

With the Portugal international clearly sidelined, there are fears the in-form winger could be sidelined in the long term, not just weeks.

That will not be determined until next week when the case is settled and assessed, but O’Neill hinted he remained optimistic when addressing the media after the match.

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Speaking to reporters, according to what was reported from him Birmingham Mail“He’s moving,” the Englishman said. “Obviously hamstring injuries have very different levels of severity, so hopefully it will be on the smaller side.

“”Hodgee(Joe Hodge) He had the same thing in the cup match and wasn’t out for long, so hopefully Pedro won’t be out for long.

“He’s been a big part of what we’ve been able to do so far, but however long he’s out, the group is ready to make sure we keep putting in performances and keep picking up points.”

Earlier in the competition, the 23-year-old provided his seventh assist of the Premier League season from just 10 appearances, the highest in the Premier League.

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Wolverhampton Wanderers' Pedro Neto celebrates scoring his first goal on September 21, 2023© Reuters

Neto has also been a regular in Wolves’ starting line-up, but now faces the possibility of missing a number of matches.

Before the international break, Wolves travel to Sheffield United on November 4 before hosting league leaders Tottenham Hotspur on November 11.

There is then a 16-day gap until the trip to face Fulham in London on November 27, before a second trip to the capital in the same week to face Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on December 2.

Instead, O’Neill has the option to move Matthews Cunha widely disseminated Fabio Silva gold Sasa Kalajdzic Bottom middle, or using Pablo Sarabia As a direct replacement.

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