England manager Roy Hodgson has revealed that the calf injury suffered by Michael Carrick is "not that serious".
Hodgson has confirmed that Carrick was taken out of the squad as a "precaution", but it is not yet known how long the 34-year-old is likely to be on the treatment table for.
"It's a calf injury - not that serious," Hodgson told reporters. "It came out of nowhere in the warm-up in San Marino. Out of precaution, we didn't push it. He had a preliminary scan here with our doctors. They decided there's something there."
Carrick was also forced to withdraw from the England squad last November.