West Ham United boss Alan Curbishley has been dealt another injury blow with the news that Freddie Ljungberg has suffered a migraine attack.
Curbishley's side has been plagued with injuries this season, with Ljungberg's absence adding to The Hammers boss' woes.
The summer signing from Arsenal - who has had issues with migraines in past - confirmed that he is likely to be sidelined for up to two weeks.
"I feel fit at the moment although I've had a migraine again. It always takes me about 10 days to two weeks to get over one," he said in the Daily Mirror.
Curbishley admits that he is at a loss as to the reason behind West Ham's injury problems this season.
"Maybe it is just one of those things. Who knows?" he said.