Gordon Bartlett's dream Wealdstone strike-force has hit the buffers again after Callum Martin's comeback was cut short after just one game.
The crocked striker made only his fourth appearance of the season against Margate on Saturday, and scored a sublime goal just minutes after replacing Davis Haule in the second half.
However, a persistent groin problem has flared up again, leaving the 22-year-old's season in tatters. He has only made two starts this season, both last September, and the latest injury blow has left a big question mark over how much of a part he can play in the future.
In the wake of the Margate victory, Bartlett likened Martin's goal to that of former Stones hero Jermaine Beckford, and was excited at the prospect of regularly pairing him in attack with battering ram Ben Alexander.
However, those dreams will now have to be put on hold until the full extent of Martin's injury is known.
"Callum has suffered a recurrence of a groin injury," said the Stones manager. "I was really excited about having him back but it is frustrating from everyone's point of view. Him playing is not something we can guarantee on a week to week basis. It's very disappointing."