Robson's Gera worry
By Mark Buckingham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Bryan Robson is becoming increasingly concerned by Zoltan Gera's groin injury.West Brom manager Bryan Robson concedes he is becoming increasingly concerned by Zoltan Gera's groin injury.
The Hungary international has missed his club's last four games due to the problem but was expected to return against West Ham on Saturday.
However, the midfielder suffered a setback in training on Wednesday and has been ruled out of the trip to Upton Park.
With Gera having been an influential figure in keeping West Brom in The Premiership last season, Robson admits the 26-year-old's injury is a worry.
"Zoltan is a bit of a concern as he's got a recurring problem with this groin injury he's got," Robson told Sky Sports News.
"So that's not helpful when he is one of your better players and was so outstanding last year.
"It would be nice to get him sorted out and fully fit again."
The Baggies are again likely to be embroiled in a battle against relegation, particularly after a run of just one win in nine Premiership games.
But, after splashing out nearly £10 million on new signings over the summer, Robson accepts he has no money to buy his way out of trouble.
He added: "No, we don't have any finances where I can bring in players in January.
"It would be nice to add maybe one or two new faces but I can only do that if it's going to improve the squad you've got.
"Those players are difficult to find."