Levani Botia is the only player in the national training squad on the injury list ahead of the Uprising Fiji International 7s tournament.
National head coach Alifereti Dere confirmed the former Wardens skipper was not participating in the team's training sessions.
He said they would monitor his progress at the end of the week before deciding on his situation.
"He is still recovering and is doing rehab training under the advice of the physio," Dere said.
"We are not rushing things with him because we want him to be medically fit before he can engage in the proper training."
Dere said he would talk to the players on the importance of the Uprising 7s tournament.
"I need to tell them that we don't need to win the tournament but the main focus is on selecting a team for the Wellington 7s.
"I want players to concentrate on their individual spot in the team and work on combining that role in the team effort."
The former national sevens captain said the Uprising 7s was a good ground for his side to gauge their strengths and weaknesses.
"With international teams and the top local sides taking part, this will be a good test for the boys," he said.
Yesterday, Dere named the two sides that will feature in the tournament. Apisai Domolailai, Inia Tukere and Leone Tabuarua were called to make up the numbers required for the second team.
Digicel Fiji Barbarians: Jasa Veremalua, Ulaiyasi Lawavou, Manueli Laqai, Levani Botia, Setefano Cakau, Joji Ragamate, Ilai Tinani, Manasa Nayagi, Osea Kolinisau, Josua Tuiova, Niko Verekauta, Samisoni Viriviri.
FMF Fiji Warriors: Jone Vota, Nemani Nagusa, Mosese Saunivanua, Apisai Domolailai, Inia Tukere, Sakuisa Gavidi, Viliame Navanua, Emosi Mulevoro, Vucago Banitabua, Eramasi Benito, Peni Ravai and Leone Tabuarua.