QPR are 'closely monitoring' Lyndon Dykes after the Scotland striker was admitted to hospital.
The English Championship side haven't revealed any further details on the 27-year old's condition or said why he ended up in hospital.
Dykes was substituted during the Rs' draw against Swansea last weekend and wasn't in the squad for yesterday's 3-0 defeat against Hull.
In the hours that followed that game, the club revealed the striker had been admitted to hospital earlier this week.
They posted: "Stray strong Lyndon.
"The club are closely monitoring Lyndon after he was admitted to hospital this week.
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"We wish our No.9 a quick and safe recovery."
The Scotland national team have also wished Dykes well.
It has been reported that Dykes felt unwell during the clash with Swansea last week prior to being subbed-off.
He then returned to training during the week before becoming unwell again.
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QPR manager Neil Critchley was asked about the former Livingston man's condition after the defeat to Hull, and appeared positive about the situation.
Critchley said: "He's ok.
"He's been in hospital the last 24, 48 hours.
"He's on medication so hopefully we get some good news in the next 24 hours."
Dykes has been a key man for QPR since making the switch from the Scottish Premiership in August 2020.
He's made 29 appearances in all competitions this season, scoring six goals.
Scotland boss Steve Clarke will be watching closely with the Euro 2028 qualifiers getting underway in less than two months' time.
There was a major blow involving another Scots striker this weekend.
Ross Stewart, who's been in fine form for Sunderland, went off during their FA Cup draw with Premier League side Fulham yesterday.
It's a suspected Achilles injury and one that looks set to keep 26-year old for the rest of the season.
The former Ross County hitman was stretchered-off just 20 minutes into the 1-1 draw at Craven Cottage.
Speaking after the game, Sunderland boss Tony Mowbray said: "First thoughts is it's pretty bad. If it's an Achilles – we've discussed whether it's ruptured, but it's a bad injury.
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"Hopefully it's just strained and it's not so bad, but let's wait and see. It's no good me telling you it's really bad or it's not so bad, let's wait and see what the scan shows, but we know he's got a protective boot on his foot."
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