David Moyes was today waiting to discover whether the
World's leading knee specialist can find the exact problem that
has plagued Richard Wright's season.
The Blues goalkeeper has been in London having a consultation
with Dr Richard Steadman in an attempt to find out why he is in
such discomfort when he kicks the ball.
Numerous scans have so far failed to indicate the root of
Wright's problem and the Blues' medical team will wait for
the latest diagnosis before deciding on the next course of
"He has had every form of scan imaginable, including one
which is taken while he is actually in the act of kicking a ball -
which is when he feels the pain," said boss David Moyes.
"Nothing has shown up so far, and there is a possibility
that he may just have to try and play on with the pain.
"Obviously, we want to avoid that, which is why he visited
Richard Steadman today. We will see what he has to say and then
take things from there."