Leeds United fans are reacting to Graham Potter's claim that striker Oli McBurnie could miss Swansea City's trip to Elland Road on Wednesday.
Speaking about McBurnie to Wales Online earlier, Swansea boss Potter said: "He’s just had a period where he’s picked up a few things so we’ll have to be careful.
"He trained lightly yesterday and I think it was tough for him to come on [against Millwall], but we’ll make a decision on Leeds closer to the time."
McBurnie was born and raised in Leeds, and spent time on the Whites' books as a youngster.
He was, according to the Daily Mail a target for Leeds during Paul Heckingbottom's spell as manager, although his popularity within the United fanbase appeared to take a nose dive earlier this year.
McBurnie posted the following tweet after hearing of Daniel James' failed move from Swansea to Elland Road on deadline day, and found himself bombarded with messages from those of a Whites persuasion - prompting him to delete his initial post.
And some are accusing the Scotland international of 'bottling' the two sides' upcoming fixture...
Sorry boss think I’ve pulled my hammy, I better stay here in Swansea instead of travelling up to Leeds (especially after my antics deadline day✊)— Mick Batley (@mickbatley) 11 February 2019
Probably scared the Kop will be throwing missiles at him all game long #lufc— Marshmello Bielsa (@benphelps17) 11 February 2019
Might be hiding.— Robert Darlington (@RobDar91) 11 February 2019
shame McBurnie is a doubt for Swansea would have loved Pontus to clatter him #lufc— Armo ☀️ (@Jordan_Armo) 11 February 2019
Others, however, have chosen to take Potter's comments with a pinch of salt...
he starts— Ady Gray (@80gray) 11 February 2019
He's not though is he, lad lives for playing against Leeds. Just bit of gamesmanship from Potter.— Jack Pearson (@JackTPearson) 11 February 2019
Last 3 games our opponents best player has been ‘a doubt’ They’re just trying to throw Marcelo’s prep work.— Conor Woolven (@OneConorWoolven) 11 February 2019
Seem to remember him being a doubt last time we played them, then he played and scored twice.— Tom (@CaviarTusks) 11 February 2019
Mind games, he's playing...— Bevan Mortimer (@BevanMortimer) 11 February 2019
the same way Hugill and Assombalonga were injured for Boro?— Matt Vare (@Matt_Vare) 11 February 2019
Bull he be starting for certain— gnscloz (@gnscloz) 11 February 2019
Real news is that our 20yr old from Beeston says this is just mind games and that mcburnie will play https://t.co/rWi1z4iZar— Kevin sinfield (@kevin_sinfield) 11 February 2019
McBurnie has scored 15 goals in 30 games for Swansea this season - his first as a first-team regular at the Liberty Stadium.
Will McBurnie play against Leeds on Wednesday?