AFC Wimbledon are weighing up whether to thrust Peter Sweeney back into action after revealing X-ray results from a scan on the player’s foot were inconclusive.
The Dons midfielder has been out since early January after breaking a bone in his foot, having suffered a similar injury last year.
Having had an initial X-ray, Wimbledon sent Sweeney for a second scan and manager Neal Ardley says the findings are puzzling his medical staff.
“Peter Sweeney is a bit up in the air,” he told Dons Player.
“We’ve had him X-rayed again and are trying to marry it up with how he feels. How he feels is very good but the X-rays are inconclusive. The medical team are looking at whether he can kick on now, or whether he needs more time.”
Aaron Morris, who picked up a groin injury during the defeat at Oxford United, joined in full training today and is in contention for the visit of Rochdale on Saturday.
Will Antwi has also been struggling to make the squad and both players will be examined on Friday before a final decision is made by Ardley.