Queens Park Rangers assistant manager Kevin Bond has revealed that striker Charlie Austin sustained no lasting damage to his hamstring in the Hoops' victory against Watford.
The 24-year-old scored a late winner for his side against the Hornets earlier today, before leaving the field holding the back of his leg.
"It was probably a bit more from fatigue - he was shattered," Bond confirmed to reporters following the clash at Loftus Road.
"I think he's OK. Charlie had a couple of opportunities before he scored and he thinks he should have done better with a downward header."
QPR remain third in the Championship table following the victory.