NEWCASTLE United’s Rolando Aarons is out until next month – after suffering a recurrence of his hamstring injury.
The winger made a goalscoring comeback from a six-week lay-off against Manchester City late last month.
But Aarons limped out of training last week and didn’t feature against West Bromwich Albion on Sunday.
And the 18-year-old will miss the fixtures against Queens Park Rangers on November 22 and West Ham United a week later.
However, Aarons – who forced his way into Alan Pardew’s first-team squad after impressing in pre-season – is staying positive.
He said on Twitter: “Everything happens for a reason. I’ll be back...again.”
Aarons’s strike against City took his goal tally for the season to two, with the England Under-20 international having netted against Crystal Palace in late August.
He signed a professional contract at Newcastle in August. Aarons joined United from Bristol City two years ago.