Harlequins head coach Dean Richards made light this week of news he could be without big money summer signing Nick Evans for up to six weeks.
The former All Black fly-half damaged a knee in the opening day Guinness Premiership victory over Saracens and subsequent scans revealed a medial collateral ligament injury.
As if that wasn't bad enough, his replacement Waisea Luveniyali missed six out of nine kicks in Saturday's 31-13 win over Bristol at the Stoop.
However, head coach Richards isn't pushing the panic button.
He said: "Nick's probably out for another four or five weeks, it might be a little bit longer, but Chris Malone should be back next week or the week after and I'm quite relaxed about it.
"Waisea just had an off day, he's usually a far better kicker than that. He came on last week against Saracens and slotted one over straight away so it's not as if it's too much of a concern."
Quins more than made up for the Fijians wayward kicking as they became the first Guinness Premiership side this season to gain an attacking bonus point thanks to a five-try romp against the punchless men from the west country.
With England attacking coach Brian Smith in the stands, Danny Care showed his value to Quins, scoring one and creating two more, one for Jordan Turner-Hall and the other for Tom Guest. Mike Brown's kick and chase and Gonzalo Tiesi's score from Care's replacement Andy Gomarsall's burst completed the try count.
Richards was quick to flag up Care's influence after the game.
He said: "Danny had a massive impact on the game and was probably the difference between the sides. It was a big performance to score one try, kick through and give the feed for another and have a big hand in a third.
"He sometimes over eggs the situation, but there's no doubt England hold him in high regard as we do."