By Alex Stevens

Pablo Hernandez is a doubt for Leeds’ Championship clash against Wolves on Saturday afternoon, according to a reliable journalist.

Yorkshire Evening Post correspondent Phil Hay claimed on his personal Twitter account that there are a “few whispers” that Hernandez is struggling with a “dead leg”.

Leeds are at Molineux for the league clash that kicks off at 3pm and pits Garry Monk’s 15th-placed side against the 17th-positioned home side.

Hernandez has been a regular for Leeds this season and would have been expected to start against Wolves.

The Spain international, who has won four caps for his country, joined Leeds on an initial five-month loan in August from Qatari club Al-Arabi.

Former Swansea player Hernandez has settled in well at Elland Road after taking a few weeks to acclimatise and build up his match fitness.

He has made 12 appearances for Garry Monk’s side in all competitions, including nine league starts, and has scored two goals and supplied one assist.

Hernandez was particularly influential during the team’s run of five wins from six matches, including four out of five league games, before the international break.

In other Leeds transfer news, an England international is months away from signing for the club.