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Jose Mourinho has admitted Arjen Robben's ankle injury is causing him some concern.
The flying Dutchman limped out of Chelsea's win at Blackburn in midweek after a crunching tackle from Aaron Mokoena.
Robben left Ewood Park on crutches, although the club's medical team suggested he had suffered only severe bruising.
Arjen Robben fears he has broken his foot and will have to sit out the rest of Chelsea's campaign.
The Dutch winger, who has made a massive impact during his first season in England, limped off early on in The Blues' 1-0 win at Blackburn Rovers last Wednesday following a strong challenge from Aaron Mokoena.
Robben is still to discover the full extent of his problem, as his foot is currently too swollen to assess the damage he has sustained.
Chelsea wide man Arjen Robben faces six weeks on the sidelines with a broken foot after scans were finally able to be conducted.
The club's medical staff had been waiting for swelling on the player's foot to go down before they could ascertain the full extent of the knock.
The pacey Dutchman has broken two bones in his foot and faces at least six weeks in the stands, providing the injuries heal as anticipated.
Eidur Gudjohnsen has hit back at those who have labelled Chelsea a one man team in Arjen Robben's absence.
The Premiership leaders failed to break down a stubborn Manchester City backline at the weekend and the absence of Robben's explosive pace did seem to hinder their efforts.
A fractured foot has rendered Robben redundant for at least the next six weeks but his Icelandic team-mate insists Chelsea will continue to prosper without him.
Arjen Robben is devastated that he will miss crucial games in Chelsea's bid on four fronts due to injury.
Although playing a crucial role for Jose Mourinho in a superb season so far, the winger is currently sidelined for six weeks due to a broken foot sustained against Blackburn.
Robben has a burning desire to win silverware with the West London side, and has been frustrated by this latest blow after missing the first two months of the season through injury as well.
Chelsea star Arjen Robben has taken the first steps on the road to recovery by dispensing with his crutches.
The Dutch flyer was ruled out for two months after breaking bones in a foot during the win over Blackburn earlier in February.
Robben was told to use crutches in a bid to ease pressure on his injured foot, but he attended training on Friday without the assistance of his walking aids.