Tottenham Hotspur are awaiting news on Hugo Lloris after the goalkeeper went to hospital with a knee injury suffered in the 4-3 win over Leicester City on Saturday.
The France international collided with his teammate Kyle Walker after just 90 seconds at White Hart Lane, forcing him to be stretchered off and replaced by Michel Vorm.
Lloris, 28, rushed off his line following a defensive slip and collided with the right back, leaving him what appeared to be a gashed knee.
Speaking in his post-match press conference manager Mauricio Pochettino said: "We don't have any news. He is in hospital. We wait for the doctor now. We hope [it's] nothing big. It is a cut on the tendon."
Tottenham's win saw them move within a point of fifth-placed Liverpool with Harry Kane netting a hat-trick. Kane, who was handed his first England call up on Thursday for the upcoming Euro 2016 qualifier with Lithuania and friendly with Italy, opened the scoring after just six minutes, slotting home from close range.
His second needed a slice of luck as his shot deflected off the chest of Robert Huth before finding the back of the net and was handed the chance to make it three when the referee awarded Spurs a controversial penalty following a challenge on Danny Rose.
Kane, 21, made no mistake from the spot and sealed his hat-trick after 64 minutes.
"I think it was a fantastic, fantastic game, a fantastic performance," the Spurs boss said.
"I am very pleased for him, for his first hat-trick in the Premier League.
"I think Harry is (only a) part of Tottenham, but I am happy for him. We worked hard today in a difficult game, but it's true Harry is a very important player for us."