Barnsley defender Dennis Souza looks set to miss the festive programme after picking up a calf injury in the weekend defeat at Wolves.

Physio Matt Konapinski believes the Sao Paulo-born 28-year-old will be sidelined for at least two weeks.

Meanwhile, midfielder Martin Devaney hopes to return to first-team action next month after being sidelined for the last three weeks with a ligament injury.

He told the Sheffield Star: "I'm looking to get back as soon as possible. I've been kicking my heels on the sidelines, it's been frustrating.

"It's the longest time I've been out in my career, but I've got my goal to get back as quickly as possible.

"However, I'm being guided by the physio and I don't want to rush back too soon if my injury hasn't healed.

"I've got a ruptured ligament, so hopefully in three to four weeks I'll be back, but I've been told for an injury of that nature you can be out for anywhere between six to eight weeks."
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