The 24 years old striker of Stoke City Marko Arnautovic who picked up a hamstring injury during a training session for his club will be unable to play for an undetermined estimated time but he is still confident that they can push forward even without him.

“I think the team is good,” said Arnautovic, “but I am not playing because of injury. I hope my team-mates are going to get the points. They have good players, but we can take points against everybody.

Robert Huth is the latest addition to the list of injuries although however it is expected that he will be unavailable to play for next few weeks as he has to undergo a surgery on his knee after carrying the injury during a number of matches and now it will finally be taken cared.

“We hoped we would be able to manage him through it, but it looks like he will have an operation and be out for a number of weeks.”

Stoke City are currently located behind Hull City at the 14th position of the Premier League they are trying to keep their heads above the bottom relegation spots but even though the struggle can be seen after each match is played, and Unibet have made them one of the favourites to be in the relegation battle, Asmir Begovic insisted that he is not worried about their current situation.

“There’s no panic here, our confidence isn’t lacking, We have performed really well but have not got the results which we have desired, but we are trying our best to rectify that.

“The gaffer has given me a lot of belief. We have a great goalkeeping coach in Andy Quy who helps me a lot and helps me get better’’. He told the Stoke Sentinel