Jon Rowe has been ruled out of Norwich City’s crunch midweek Championship home game against Watford with a hamstring injury – but David Wagner reported no other fitness concerns.

Rowe is set to undergo scans later on Monday afternoon after he was forced to depart a minute from the end of Saturday’s 2-2 Championship draw at QPR.

The England Under-21 international made a second-half return following a broken hand injury, but dropped to the turf shortly after smacking over a shot on his left foot in stoppage time at Loftus Road.

Josh Sargent and Jack Stacey are both in the mix for the Hornets, after fitness-related early exits on Saturday, while Grant Hanley will be monitored after his first 90 minute run out in the league in months.

Wagner spoke to the media at Colney prior to a Monday afternoon training session.

“What I can say (on Rowe) is it is still is looking like a hamstring injury. He has a scan this afternoon and we will know more in detail about how serious it is from there,” said Wagner. “What is clear is that he is not involved tomorrow (Tuesday). And obviously beyond that we will then have a clear idea.

“Josh didn't feel comfortable at the beginning of last week. Obviously it was a very intense game against Coventry. We should be still careful with our players who were out such a long time with injuries.

"This meant that he was only training on Friday, which was fine to me because obviously he had done some individual work, but not with the team.

“It was clear with this busy week in front of us if we’d like to start him against Watford, and this is obviously what we wanted to do, he should not play more than 60, maybe 70 minutes at QPR. And this is why we made the decision before the game to get him off around this time frame.

“I was very pleased with the attitude which he (Stacey) has shown as well as his performance. So as I said before the game he missed dinner the night before the game and he was very ill. He was a big doubt.

"But in the morning he said, ‘No, I'm ready. I’d like to go. I have to see how long I can go. But I like to go and now everything is fine’. Maybe he ate something wrong. I have no idea. But he's fine again.

“Everyone is fine. The only one which we have at the back of our mind is obviously Grant played his first 90, so we have to be careful what we do with him in training and obviously in the next games as well. This is the only one but he, like the other ones, is totally fine fitness-wise.”