MANAGER Ralph Hasenhuttl confirmed there had been “no complications” with Danny Ings’s knee surgery and added: “He is walking around quite good.”

The England international had been ruled out for between four to six weeks after going under the knife earlier this month – when sustaining the setback against Aston Villa.

Giving an update on his star striker, Hasenhuttl said: “He is walking around quite good I think. There is still time to go but it looks good.

“There are no complications. It was a small surgery, so it’s good when he looks good.”

Ings had fired six times from 10 games for club and country before picking up the problem, in the 4-3 victory at Villa Park.