UPDATED: Bogdan injury blow for Wanderers
The Hungary international has sprained the medial ligament in his left knee after catching his studs awkwardly in the turf at Euxton.
Scans have shown that the he has suffered a partial tear, which normally means a rest period of between six and 10 weeks. It is hoped that if his rehab goes well, that the 26-year-old could be back in contention by early December.
The goalkeeper revealed the injury on his official Facebook page, writing: "I was unlucky because I got injured yesterday during training.
“My collateral knee ligament got torn partially. Fortunately I don't need surgery so I'm to miss 6-10 weeks.”
Andy Lonergan goes into Saturday's game against Ipswich Town as Wanderers' only senior goalkeeper, with Jay Lynch likely to fill in on the bench.