Cardiff City are doubtful about both Sean Morrison and Victor Camarasa as Neil Warnock prepares for the visit of Watford on Friday.

The Bluebirds’ boss spoke to the media on Thursday morning and provided an injury update ahead of the game at the Cardiff City Stadium.

Morrison, who has been out of action since January 12 after having an appendix operation, is back in training but is unlikely to feature in the Premier League encounter.

Warnock said: “He had another tough session yesterday and really he’s just got to have a bit of football in his locker.

“We’re not pushing him, but we’ll keep talking to him. We’ve got three games in a week, so it’s pointless rushing him if he’s not quite ready. I’m hoping he’s going to be involved at some stage.”

Meanwhile, Camarasa could make an appearance off the bench as he did against Southampton in Cardiff’s last fixture.

The Spanish playmaker has been troubled by a calf injury since the start of January but made a cameo appearance as a substitute in the Bluebirds’ 2-1 win away against the Saints.

The situation is thought to be complicated because of the involvement of the player’s own Spanish medical team.

The Cardiff manager explained: “He has a medical team from Spain that look after him, he’s had that all his career.

“It’s a little bit complicated when we’re talking to their physios and our physios and sometimes we don’t agree.

“While scans tell you things, I always think a player knows himself if he’s fit or not.

“So it’s difficult for Victor because he has so many people talking to him and difficult for me.

“If he’s fit, he’s playing, so it’s difficult when they have so many advisers.”