Portsmouth coach gives injury update after Haji Mnoga's withdrawl for reserves against Millwall
Pompey have allayed fears after Haji Mnoga limped out of today's reserve game.
The homegrown defender came off in the 86th minute with a groin injury, having set-up Alfie Stanley's goal in 1-0 win against Millwall at Privett Park.
However, Mark Kelly played down Mnoga's setback and believes he won't require a spell on the treatment table.
Pompey's player development manager said: 'Haji had a bit of a groin problem, I think he overstretched it.
‘It was a bit sore. He got to the end of the game so it was a precaution.
‘He'd done enough work so there was no point in him staying on until the end.’
Pompey are hopeful Sean Raggett will play again this season after he came off in yesterday’s win at Wigan with a fractured cheekbone.
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