Ogbonna aggravated a long-standing knee problem in a recent Southern League Premier Division defeat at Biggleswade Town. He underwent a scan yesterday which revealed swelling and fluid around his knee, as well as a small tear in the cartilage. It means a player, who has scored seven goals since his October arrival, could miss most of its conclusion. Manager Ricky Marheineke said: The scan showed Dubi has a lot of fluid and swelling around his knee. There is also a small tear, but the good news is that he does not require surgery, which would more than likely have ended his season. However, the doctors have said he does need to have up to six weeks of recovery time before he is in a position to play again. It is a blow to lose someone who has played a huge part in getting us up into mid-table and away from the relegation zone. Hes obviously a big loss, but hope-fully hell be back fit for the run-in when we hope to be challenging to win a couple of trophies. Marheineke has made contact with a Football League club about the possibility of bringing in a young loan signing to fill the void left by Ogbonnas injury. He also has a midfield target currently playing at National League South level. He declined to reveal the identity of the player, but confirmed he has worked with him at a previous club. Saints defence of the Hunts Senior Cup has been put back a week. They were due to travel to Eynesbury Rovers for a semi-final clash on Tuesday, but it was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch. The tie will now take place on Tuesday, February 14.