Barrow AFC frontman Offrande Zanzala looks set for a spell on the sidelines just two games into his Exeter City loan move.

The Bluebirds striker limped off in the first half of the Grecians' 2-0 victory at Walsall on Saturday.

And Exeter manager Matt Taylor said it was a "worrying" looking injury for the 25-year-old, who joined on a half-season loan from Barrow on January 10.

Zanzala had to be replaced in the 17th minute at the Banks's Stadium.

Speaking afterwards, manager Taylor told his club's media channels: "It's a worrying injury.

"He had that early chance and the keeper made a double save, then he [Zanzala] jarred his knee.

"That doesn't sound great in all honesty.

"It's a real shame. We missed his physical play at the top of the pitch,  and we'll miss him depending on how long he's out for.

"It puts more pressure on that front line we added him into to supplement and help out.

"It's a disappointing aspect of the game, but injuries happen and we've got to be good enough, strong enough and wise enough to fill gaps where we need to."

Zanzala had scored on his Exeter debut in a victory over Scunthorpe United the previous weekend.

That followed Barrow boss Mark Cooper's decision to allow the striker out on loan in order to help restore his "confidence" after a spell of six goals in 29 Bluebirds appearances.