Hatters Optimistic About Cook`s Injury
With Cameron McGeehan out of action for the remainder of the season, with the midfielder recovering from a broken leg, Nathan Jones will be hoping that the injury suffered by Jordan Cook, on Saturday, against Leyton Orient, will not prove to be too serious.
Cook returned to the starting eleven, against Leyton Orient, having recovered from a previous injury, but lasted only a mere twenty-three minutes before having to be substituted.
After being involved in a coming together Cook had to be helped won the tunnel by two of the Hatters medical staff, the manner of his departure suggesting that it was a bad injury.
However, speaking to the media, after the final whistle, Nathan Jones assistant Paul Hart was optimistic that the injury wasn`t as bad as first feared with Hart remaking to the local media,
'There's a slight twist, but we'll know more tomorrow. Hopefully we'll get him back before the end of the season.
'He's just came back and we said straight away, with the sort of tackle it was, because he was flying down there, there may have been a problem.'
Fingers crossed that Jordan is back with us soon.