Alan Judge is making steady progress on his recovery from the horrific broken leg injury he suffered in April.
The Brentford midfielder was victim to a horror tackle from Luke Hyam, which robbed the Irishman of a chance to play at the European Championships.
And last season's player of the year will undergo a review in mid-November to determine the later stages of his recovery.
A Brentford injury update released to GetWestLondon read: “Alan Judge is progressing well. Healing times for such complex fractures vary greater and are considerably greater than more simple bone injuries.
“He is yet to progress to outdoor rehab drills and will be reviewed by the consultant in mid-November ahead of his next progressions, thus timescales are open ended.
Lasse Vibe has been ruled out for the next month after sustaining an ankle injury in the 0-0 draw with Wigan on October 1.
The statement continued: “Lasse Vibe has a lateral ankle ligament injury sustained in the game against Wigan.
“He is unlikely to feature ahead of the next international break although there is every sign that he will be close to a return following that point.”
Rico Henry has been out of action since August after dislocating his shoulder while at Walsall and underwent surgery last month to find a long-term solution.
The statement read: “Rico Henry is progressing well following shoulder surgery last month.
“Timescales are still are still open ended although a return to full training and matches is expected well before the end of the season.
Callum Elder has been absent with a medial knee ligament injury and is targeting a return to training during the next international break.
The statement concluded: “Callum Elder suffered a medial knee ligament injury against Brighton and is progressing towards his first outdoor running rehab next week. The aim is for a return to first team training in approximately four weeks.