Fulham boss Kit Symons has called for another great push at Watford on Tuesday night - but fears he has lost Lasse Christensen to a second dose of hamstring trouble.
The 20-year-old came off after 43 minutes in the fine 2-0 win over leaders Derby to herald another concern for the manager.
However, Hugo Rodallega looks to have allayed fears the forward might will miss a vital clutch of games after his no-show against the Rams.
"It was a funny one for Hugo," said Symons. "He took his boot off against Wolves (last Tuesday) and his leg just swelled up. He did it in the first half and wasn't aware of it.
"After the game, he was on crutches. We were worried, and he had it x-rayed and scanned. But it was like a dead leg.
"He warmed up with the team yesterday and did some straight-line running, and there's a good chance he'll be fit for Tuesday.
"Hopefully, Lasse's not too bad, but it's the other hamstring. We're not sure, and we'll find out more in the morning, but it's a sore one. Hamstrings? You can't really take chances with them, which is why we brought him straight off."
Fulham put in a shift-and-a-half against Derby to end a winless eight-match streak. Needless to say, Symons wants more of the same in the next two games against a second pair of promotion hopefuls.
He is also fortified by the return of Matt Smith on loan from Bristol City, with no guarantee of a place for Rodallega after Cauley Woodrow notched the second goal against Derby
He said: "We need to put in another performance on Tuesday night against Watford like we did today - and back again here against Bournemouth on Friday night.
"Cauley had a good game, and there's no guarantee for anyone. We want competition for places."