Tottenham Hotspur head coach Mauricio Pochettino has remained tight-lipped about when Victor Wanyama is expected to return to action.
The Kenyan midfielder has been out since September with a knee injury that was only expected to keep him out for a few weeks.
The ex-Celtic and Southampton man has missed 15 games in succession across all competitions and his absence has been felt, with Spurs' Premier League form taking a tumble.
Tottenham now sit 18 points off the pace behind runaway leaders Manchester City after just one win in six games.
Pochettino previously said he did not know when Wanyama would return to action and, speaking ahead of their final Champions League group game, reiterated his uncertainty.
The 45-year-old told reporters ahead of Wednesday's Wembley meeting with Apoel Nicosia: "I cannot say the time. He is doing well.
"We will assess day by day, week by week to see when he can join the group again and start training. Today I can't say anything about the timing."
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