Everton forward Louis Saha admits his season could be over after suffering an ankle injury at the weekend.
Saha had to be stretchered off during the 2-1 victory over former club Fulham, and the 32-year-old Frenchman fears he may not return before the current campaign comes to end.
He told the Liverpool Daily Post: “I'm on crutches, I am not well.
“Am I going to be out for days, weeks or months? I do not know, but it will be difficult to play again by the end of the season.
“I'm getting fed up because the injuries always happen when I am trying to start something.”
Saha added: “This year was very frustrating. I did all the physical preparation, and I hurt myself in the process. For a footballer, there's nothing harder.
“Then I come back well in January and now this new injury happens. It's difficult mentally, and that's what makes me proud. Not everyone can come back as I did every time. I still have a lot to give.
“There were many moments where I wanted to drop everything, especially when I was at Manchester United.
“Fortunately I am surrounded by people that help me see the bright side of life because at one time, I was fed up.”