Coventry City striker Amadou Bakayoko has been released from hospital following the injury sustained in last night's game against Nottingham Forest.
Following a collision in the Forest penalty area during injury time of the second-half, Amadou was knocked unconcious.
Following the quick reactions of players and medical staff from both teams, he was treated on the pitch and Amadou was then taken to Heartlands Hospital. He received precautionary neck and head CT scans, both of which thankfully showed no damage.
He was released at 4am this morning and has gone home to recover.
Amadou is set to report to Ryton on Thursday.
The Club will follow the FA Return to Play protocols regarding head injuries, meaning Amadou will not be available to play for at least 7 days from the injury being sustained.