Tottenham Hotspur head coach Mauricio Pochettino says goalkeeper Hugh Lloris will be assessed tomorrow morning after suffering a hamstring injury against Everton.
Spurs kicked off their Premier League campaign with a not-so-convincing draw at Goodison Park.
They host Crystal Palace next week before facing Liverpool always at White Hart Lane on August 27.
"The first half was difficult for us and we did not play well," he is quoted as saying by the BBC.
"Hugo Lloris got injured and that was a big impact on us. In the second half we played as we usually play.
"They scored early and they believed they could win the game. They were very motivated.
"Lloris has a hamstring injury and we need to assess tomorrow to see what happens.
"We tried to correct the problems we had in the first half. With another striker, the team felt comfortable. Vincent Janssen brought good energy on the team and he gives us a different option."