Kevin McNaughton lasted just 20 minutes into his Cardiff comeback
Cardiff City boss Dave Jones concedes he has to sell if he is to sign players before Thursday's loan deadline.
But Cardiff's injury crisis is set to be alleviated for Sunday's clash with Ipswich as four players are to return.
Strikers Jay Bothroyd (knee) and Kelvin Etuhu (ankle) and defenders Anthony Gerrard (calf) and Adam Matthews (groin) missed the defeat at Barnsley.
But full-back Kevin McNaughton is set to be out for two weeks after tearing a hamstring in his comeback on Saturday.
The Scotsman was forced off in the 20th minute of his first game of the season in the 1-0 loss at Oakwell - after rupturing ankle ligaments in pre-season - and scans have revealed a minimal hamstring pull.
McNaughton joins key midfielder Stephen McPhail on the sidelines for fifth-placed Cardiff's game with Ipswich Town at the Cardiff City Stadium on Sunday.
Jones needs to strengthen Cardiff's midfield and bolster their frontline with a replacement targetman for Bothroyd, who is playing with a hairline fracture to his kneecap.
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