CHERRIES are awaiting scan results to discover the full extent of Junior Stanislas's hamstring injury.

The midfielder was forced off during last week's defeat at Wycombe with the problem.

And boss Jonathan Woodgate is still unsure whether Stanislas will be fit to face Stoke City tomorrow, although there was good news on Steve Cook and Lloyd Kelly, who missed the trip to Adams Park due to their own respective injury concerns.

"Cookie is back in, Lloyd Kelly is back in," confirmed Woodgate.

"We're just waiting on scan results for Junior. We'll see how he is.

"And Lewis Cook is still injured. So we've got a couple of players out at the minute, which is a blow. All the others are fine."

Asked if he plans to name a heavily rotated side, as he did at Wycombe, Woodgate added: "Let's see. I made those changes as I needed to get players game time, just in case we did get injuries and they need to get up to speed.

"I'll pick the team accordingly of what I think should win the game, so let's see what we do.

"There's a fine balance. You can do a lot on the training pitch but then there's match fitness.

"You don't always want to take the sharpness away from the players."