Dundee forward Greg Stewart has been forced to sit out training after picking up a thigh knock.
The 26-year-old, who has been linked with a move to Blackburn Rovers, Leeds United, Rangers, Hearts and Aberdeen so far this summer, suffered the injury in Wednesday evening’s session at the Dark Blues Austrian training camp.
And manager Paul Hartley confirmed Stewart would take it easy for the rest of the trip, which ends on Saturday morning. Although, he is hopeful that the thigh problem is not too serious.
The manager said: “Greg has taken a wee knock on his thigh, we will see how he is but he will not train for the next few days.
“This only happened last night so we are hoping it is nothing too serious. It’s just a little niggle.”
It is hoped Stewart will be fit to resume preparations for next week’s season opener at East Fife in the League Cup.