"It’s not as bad as first feared but the scans have shown that Nors is likely to be out for six weeks at a minimum"
James Norwood is set for a spell on the sidelines after tearing his hamstring in training earlier this week.
The Town striker is likely to be out for a period of at least six weeks as he gets underway with his recovery.
"It’s not as bad as first feared but the scans have shown that Nors is likely to be out for six weeks at a minimum," Town's general manager of football operations, Lee O'Neill, told the Club website.
Town's number 10 has made five appearances so far this term in all competitions.
Nors' fellow striker Aaron Drinan remains sidelined with a thigh injury but Paul Lambert's attacking options have been bolstered with Kayden Jackson returning to training.