ANGE POSTECOGLOU has revealed Albian Ajeti may have suffered a "significant" injury in the midweek victory over Real Betis.

The Swiss striker went off with a suspected hamstring knock in the Europa League win, with fellow attacked Kyogo also injured.

It was a nightmare double blow for Postecoglou who today appeared to name David Turnbull at striker with no recognised forwards in the squad.

But, thankfully Kyogo's injury is not overly serious. However, Ajeti could be out for some time judging by Postecoglou's injury update.

Speaking on Kyogo's fitness Postecoglu told the BBC: "We’ll see how he goes. It’s not a significant one.

"Albian Ajeti’s injury is more significant.

"With Kyogo, we’ll play it on a day-by-day scenario and see how he recovers."

Postecoglou made nine changes from the side that beat Betis in midweek with a number of regular first-team stars reintroduced.

However, the Celtic boss kept fans and pundits guessing over the line-up with Turnbull seeming to play in the central striking position.

Quizzed on the changes, Postecoglou was coy, saying: "It could be anyone through the middle, anyone down the side. 

"Hopefully at the end of the game you’re still asking me. If it works well enough, that’s the whole idea.

"Motherwell went through a sticky patch like a lot of teams but they have bounced back really well and present a challenge.

"It’s the energy and tempo that makes us a difficult team to play."