Tottenham Hotspur defender Danny Rose missed both the 2-2 draw with Everton on Sunday and the celebrations that followed, reports Football.London.
Spurs put the seal on guaranteeing Champions League football for another season with a fourth-placed finish on the final day of the league campaign.
Following the game, the entire squad took to their new stadium to enjoy a lap of honour with their families, but Rose was the only Tottenham player who was not present.
There has been speculation that the 28-year-old is set to leave the club in the summer but his absence was due to illness.
Rose was unavailable for the Everton match due to a hamstring injury but he would still have been expected to join his team-mates following the game.
But Football.London reports that he did not feel well enough and did not even travel to the stadium on the day.
Rose has made 38 appearances for Spurs in all competitions this season, including playing a key role in their Champions League semi-final comeback against Ajax.
During the campaign, he has registered five assists and helped Tottenham keep 12 sheets, even taking the captain’s armband in the EFL Cup game against Arsenal.
Although Spurs fans were not able to celebrate Rose along with his team-mates on Sunday, he has nearly three weeks to get fit for the Champions League final.
If that is to be his final match for the club, Tottenham fans would then be able to bid him farewell having missed out on seeing him yesterday.