Tottenham midfielder Josh Onomah who is currently on loan at Sheffield Wednesday has suffered yet another injury set back.

Onomah’s spell at the Owls, where he has reunited with manager Steve Bruce, who he played under at Aston Villa last season, has been a pretty disappointing one as the 21-year-old has not been able to build any rhythm owing to multiple injury blows.

The England U21 international came on as a second-half substitute against Ipswich in what his first appearance after recovering from a hamstring problem he picked up on boxing day.

Steve Bruce confirmed that the midfielder had strained his hamstring yet again in the closing stages of the game, which will likely keep him out for close to a month.

Speaking to The Star after the game Bruce said, ” Josh, unfortunately, strained his hamstring in the last minute of the Ipswich game. I would certainly say he will be out for three to four weeks at least.

“It is a blow for the kid. When you are just over a hamstring injury and you nick the other one, there is nothing worse as a footballer.”

Owing to his injury troubles, Onomah has only made 8 appearances so far this season. This comes as pretty disappointing news for Tottenham where Onomah was rated very highly rated very highly but his progress seems to have stalled in the last two seasons.

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