Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna has been ruled out of his side's Premier League clash against Hull City, reports the Daily Mirror.
Sagna, 30, who has featured in 12 of Arsenal's opening 13 Premier League games of the season is struggling with a hamstring injury.
The experienced right-back played the full 90 minutes against Cardiff City on Saturday, as the Premier League leaders beat the Welsh side 3-0.
Carl Jenkinson, who has made four starts for the Gunners in the league this season, is likely to deputise for Sagna while the Frenchman recovers from his minor knock.
Wenger confirmed Sagna would be out of Arsenal's home clash against Hull on Wednesday during his pre-match press conference - but did not elaborate on the full extent of the right-back's injury.
The Arsenal boss will be hoping Sagna is back for his side's weekend clash against Everton on Sunday or their crucial Champions League encounter against Italian side Napoli.