Holt's 21 goals have put Norwich among the promotion contenders Norwich City will assess the fitness of top goal scorer Grant Holt ahead of Friday's visit of Nottingham Forest.
The 30-year-old looked to be playing with an injury in the latter stages of Tuesday's 2-2 draw with Watford.
Holt set up both of his side's goals as the Canaries dropped to third in the Championship following the point.
"I'm hoping it's cramp, I'm not sure, I'm just hoping he's OK, we're going to have to wait and see," boss Paul Lambert told BBC Radio Norfolk.
"His performance I thought was great, he set up the goal for Simeon [Jackson], and he's been a major plus for this football club.
"I'm just hoping he's going to be OK."
Losing Holt, who has netted 21 times this season, would be a major blow for Lambert who is already without frontmen Aaron Wilbraham and Chris Martin as well as attacking midfielder Wes Hoolahan.
Wilbraham will sit out the rest of the season with a back injury, while Martin is close to a return after missing the last two months with a hamstring complaint.
Hoolahan's own hamstring problem has made him unavailable for City's last two outings but Lambert had toyed with using the Irishman against Watford.
To add to Norwich's woe midfielder Korey Smith was withdrawn from the squad shortly before kick-off on Tuesday with an eye infection.
Article Source : BBC News
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