Scotland striker Lyndon Dykes has been admitted to hospital with his club Queens Park Rangers saying they are “closely monitoring” his condition.
No further details have been released about the international striker but QPR and the Scottish FA have both tweeted messages of support.
Dykes played for QPR in their 1-1 draw against Swansea City on January 21 but was substituted after feeling ill at half-time. He was absent from the squad as they lost 3-0 at Hull on Saturday.
QPR tweeted: “Stay strong Lyndon. The club are closely monitoring Lyndon after he was admitted to hospital this week.
“We wish our No.9 a quick and safe recovery”
The Scotland National Team tweeted: “Wishing you a safe recovery, Lyndon”.
Dykes has scored six goals in his 29 appearances for the Championship side this year. The 27-year-old has eight goals from his 26 international caps with Scotland.