Wayne Rooney has broken more than one bone in his foot according to England boss Sven-Goran Eriksson, and needs a "miracle" to play in the World Cup.
However, Sven says he still plans to name Rooney in his squad on Monday - then will keep his fingers crossed!
Manchester United player Rooney broke his foot in a match against Chelsea, but a second scan seems to show more than one fracture in his foot.
United say they think Rooney will still be ready to train in six weeks time.
Sven-Goran Eriksson said: "I knew yesterday that he had more than one fracture. That's what I heard.
"I don't know what that means but I'm not that pessimistic. I'm born that way.
"Miracles happen in life now and then, but I don't really know."
Journlists then asked Sven if Rooney needs a miracle to play in the World Cup - which starts on 9 June - and the England coach replied "maybe".