OXFORD United could be without top scorer James Henry for the rest of this month.

The 30-year-old was troubled by a thigh problem over the festive period.

It was thought after sitting out last weekend’s Emirates FA Cup win over Hartlepool United he would be fit to face Rotherham United this weekend.

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But head coach Karl Robinson now thinks Henry will be sidelined for much longer to ensure the problem is completely solved.

He said: “Jamo’s got a small tear in his thigh.

“He did it at the back end of the Doncaster game (on New Year’s Day) and that could be four weeks possibly.

"We have to make sure we get that 100 per cent right.”

There is better news elsewhere, with Cameron Brannagan and Simon Eastwood expected to be available to take on the Millers.