JAMIE Shillcock’s run of injuries continues with his latest issue likely to rule him out for the rest of Worcester Warriors’ season.

The 21-year-old fly-half who has featured just eight times this term was on track to return to action only to injure his quadricep when kicking in training.

The injury is another big setback for Shillcock who missed the start of the campaign due to knee surgery and then damaged his ankle in Warriors’ European Challenge Cup defeat at Pau in early December.

Boss Alan Solomons said Shillcock would continue to be monitored but conceded there was a “possibility” he had played his last game this season.

“The rec fem muscle is giving him problems,” Solomons said.

“At the moment we will have to wait to see how he goes but there is a possibility that he won’t be available for this season.

“It’s one of those injuries that is very difficult to judge.

“It’ll take between four and eight weeks but it’s hard to judge.

“He has had his fair share of injuries during the time I have been here. He is a young guy with a lot of talent.

“He has had his run (of injuries) so hopefully he is going to have a good run of being injury free.”