Yeovil Town right-back Mark Little will have an x-ray on an injury which saw him limp off in the second half of the 1-0 pre-season friendly defeat to Forest Green Rovers.

The former Bristol City and Bristol Rovers man, who arrived at Huish Park in the summer, was substituted ten minutes in to the second half.

Speaking to the club’s YouTube channel after the game, Glovers’ boss Darren Sarll said both he and the defender were “worried” about the injury.

The manager said: “That is a worry, when you get to 32 you know when something is not right, so I am worried about that one.

“Mark is worried about that one, so we will have to see. It was an innocuous one, but that is our first problem in three-and-a-half weeks now.

He will probably need a few days now, get it x-rayed and once we know the outcome, we will adapt.

The manager saw said that summer signing defender Morgan Williams missed the game because he was “adapting to his new footwear that allows him to not have one leg longer than the other.”

The 21-year-old has yet to appear since he joined on a permanent deal following his release by Coventry City.

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