BENIK Afobe has told fans via Twitter he's facing a few weeks on the sidelines with a knee inury.
The 17-year-old Arsenal striker is a prolific user of the microblogging platform and earlier this week tweeted: "Got a scan tomorrow on my knee.. Got injured today in training :-( Hoping for a good result!!"
Afobe, who uses Twitter account @benik_afobe , later explained he'd twisted his knee and then yesterday said he'd been for the scan, which took one hour and twenty minutes.
Last night the three-goal striker, who has been on loan at Town since November, told his followers: "Good evening tweeps...Results of the scan have come back I'm out for 2-3 weeks :-( .. At least it's nothing too serious !!"
The club have not yet confirmed Afobe's injury.
Benik Afobe is foremost among Huddersfield Town 'tweeters' with more than 8,000 people following his tweets.
Other players using Twitter include Anthony Pilkington, Lee Peltier, Gary Roberts and Graham Carey.
The Examiner also uses Twitter and we we often break news on the microblogging platform, which lets you write up to 140 characters - the length of a text message - and post it to you account for your followers to see.