By Danny Wright

6th Apr, 2017 | 3:23pm

Mark Warburton delivers Nottingham Forest injury update ahead of Huddersfield clash

By Danny Wright

Mark Warburton has delivered a positive injury update ahead of Nottingham Forest’s meeting with Huddersfield on Saturday.

The 54-year-old admitted in his press conference, that was covered by the official Forest Twitter page, that some members of his squad had picked up knocks in the defeat to Wolves.

However, he added that everyone looked good in training on Thursday morning.

Danny Fox will be the only notable absentee from this weekend’s action after he was sent off in Tuesday’s 1-0 loss at Molineux, although Ross McCormack is still out.

The 30-year-old has been key to the Forest defence this season and Warburton is likely to miss the experience he offers to the side. Although traditionally a left-back, Fox has played most of the campaign in the centre of the back line thanks to a number of different injuries.

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Matthew Mills returned from his spell on the sidelines when he played all 90 minutes against the Black Country club.

Jack Hobbs and Damien Perquis were both in training as they look to put to bed their injury woes.

Stephen Henderson remains ruled out until the end of the season with a serious ankle injury.

Forest go into Saturday’s game knowing that they are just two points clear of the relegation zone.

The Reds have won just one game in their last ten and drafted in Warburton last month to ensure the club stays in the Championship.

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