BOSS Jonathan Woodgate revealed Cherries winger Junior Stanislas would miss Monday’s play-off semi-final first leg against Brentford.

Stanislas has been nursing a hamstring strain, having been forced off in Cherries’ defeat to Wycombe earlier this month.

The former West Ham and Burnley ace did not feature in last weekend’s 2-0 loss against Stoke City and could miss both legs of the play-off contests against the Bees.

Asked for an injury update ahead of the clash at Vitality Stadium, former England defender Woodgate said: “We are okay apart from Lewis Cook, which is long term.

“Junior Stanislas may be a week or two, but we will have to see closer to the time.

“Apart from that, they are okay.”

Quizzed on whether Stanislas could be back before next Saturday’s second leg, Woodgate replied: “Maybe, let’s see. He’s just got a slight hamstring strain.”

Stanislas has played 36 times for the Dorset club this season, scoring 11 goals.