Leeds defender chose not to address his injury with his message after Tuesday night's win.
Barry Douglas suffered a late injury in Leeds' 1-0 away win over Hull City.
The defender appeared to have a hamstring problem as he was withdrawn and replaced with youngster Jamie Shackleton.
Leeds are yet to provide an update on Douglas' chances of featuring this weekend against Brentford, with the injury being assessed today.
Douglas himself offered no clues either.
The former Wolves left-back sent a tweet to Leeds fans this morning.
He chose not to address the injury at all.
Leeds are back at the top of the table and Douglas' performance was strong once again as the team kept a clean sheet.
England youth international Tom Pearce is a strong option to deputise if Douglas cannot start against Brentford but fans are still desperate to learn if he will be available.
Please update on your injury... It was the toughest thing to watch (second only to your miss)... We love you more with every passing game.. You are the best signing this season Lad.. Putting in a shift and earning our respect #lufc #mot— Abhinav Shukla (@JustShukla) October 3, 2018
You good for the next game mate?— Bigrich (@A1eedsfan) October 3, 2018
Any news on the injury @barrydouglas03 would be gutted if you were out on Saturday— Daniel Sellars (@dsellars1983) October 3, 2018
How’s the injury looking mate?— HullWhites (@WhitesHull) October 3, 2018
What's going on with your injury baz? Is it serious?— Tony (@Tonylufc28) October 3, 2018
Update us on the hamstring @barrydouglas03. The club doesn’t tell us anything.— Aran Huseyin (@Aran_Huseyin1) October 3, 2018
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