The Spanish left-back has only just returned after 11 months out.
He was speaking to the club’s official website, as reported on their Twitter account, earlier today.
Jack Hobbs celebrates after scoring the first goal for Nottingham Forest
He had good news on the progress of Jack Hobbs, but less good news regarding midfielder and club captain Chris Cohen:
PM: Jack Hobbs is making good progress and played well for the Under 23s. The more players I have available the better it will be #NFFC— Nottingham Forest FC (@NFFC) November 23, 2016
PM: For Chris Cohen it is not good news with his injury. He could be out for a few months #NFFC— Nottingham Forest FC (@NFFC) November 23, 2016
Hobbs has not played for Forest this season with his last appearance for the club coming in January. But it appears he is getting close to a return after his 10-month lay-off.
Wolves' James Henry in action with Nottingham Forest's Daniel Pinillos
Cohen however looks set for a spell on the sidelines. He spent over a year out of action and only returned to action last season but, as reported by the BBC, he is set for three months out with an adductor tear.
In the other injury news Nicklas Bendtner and David Vaughan are approaching a comeback but Britt Assombalonga and Eric Lichaj have knocks.
PM: Vaughan and Bendtner have been training with the group. There is a slight injury problem with Britt, Pinillos and Lichaj #NFFC— Nottingham Forest FC (@NFFC) November 23, 2016
PM: Pinillos will be out as he is consulting his surgeon in Spain, it is not serious. We will have to see with Britt and Lichaj #NFFC— Nottingham Forest FC (@NFFC) November 23, 2016
More alarmingly is that Daniel Pinillos has headed back to Spain to see his knee surgeon. He only returned to action for Forest after 11 months out at the weekend but he has now damaged the other knee:
Liam Trotter of Nottingham Forest (R) celebrates scoring their first goal with David Vaughan (L) and Daniel Pinillos
So, good and bad news for Forest in the injury department ahead of the meeting with Barnsley on Friday night.
Hopefully the injury problems do not start mounting up at the City Ground.