Stoke City are waiting for news on the fitness of Kenwyne Jones, who left the ground on crutches after the defeat to Wolves.

The Trinidad and Tobago striker, signed for £8million from Sunderland in the week, fell awkwardly under a challenge from Jody Craddock.

The 25-year-old was due to undergo a scan on his ankle today.

Potters midfielder Michael Tonge, who featured as a second-half substitute, said: "I'm a gutted for him. He started really well and hit the bar. If that had gone in it would have been a different game.

"I've played against him when he's been at Southampton and Sunderland and he is a handful.

"Kenwyne on top of his game will be a handful for any centre-half in the league."

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