PARIS Cowan-Hall looks set to miss the start of Millwall’s pre-season friendly programme.
The 24-year-old did not travel with the rest of the squad to Portugal this week after picking up a calf injury during the squad’s preparations at Calmont Road.
He will now not be able to take part in next week’s fixtures at Bromley on Tuesday and AFC Wimbledon the following Saturday.
With the Sky Bet League One campaign kicking off in exactly one month, it is another blow for a player who had a frustrating time with injuries last season.
Since he joined from Wycombe last January he has been limited to just five appearances in the league.
He suffered a hairline fracture of his tibia and damaged a knee ligament against Reading in January and then picked up a knock against Bolton in March as he was being eased back into the side.
Harris put those blows down to the winger's combativeness and now he faces another spell working his way back to full fitness.
Speaking to the club’s website, physio Bobby Bacic said: “Paris’ previous injuries have all been due to collisions: twice in matches and once in full contact training. This one, however, was during a pure running session so he will be doing extra conditioning and strength work over the next few weeks before he rejoins the main group.”