Michael Sollbauer is not seriously injured following the aerial foul which saw him stretchered off and a late penalty scored by Barnsley in a 2-2 draw with Bristol City at Oakwell on Saturday.
Michal Helik put the Reds in front after 65 seconds then the visitors scored twice in the first six minutes of the second half, before Callum O'Dowda clattered Sollbauer in the box and Cauley Woodrow slotted in the penalty after 102 minutes.
Sollbauer spent seven minutes getting treatment on the pitch then was stretchered off.
Caretaker Adam Murray said: "He's OK. He's back with us in the changing room. I am not 100 per cent sure if he was knocked out. He's a bit groggy but he's OK.
"It was a horrible moment. It was the type of tackle you probably don't see in the game game anymore, an oldschool 50/50 challenge. Credit to Sole for putting his head in there for us. He was going to get hurt but it was obviously benefit for the team."
Woodrow netted the penalty in the 102nd minute, after Sollbauer was fouled in the 95th. Murray said: "It was a strange moment because it went on for a long time. You had their players messing with penalty spot and trying to get in Cauley's head. It was fantastic from Cauley to score after that wait and that pressure. I think a draw was the least we deserved from the game."
On the game in general, Murray said: "We were fantastic in the first half. We scored from a well-worked set piece routine. Then we had real good spells in the first half. Five minutes cost us in the start of the second half.
"I don't think we were unlucky, they were poor goals. We lost focus after half-time and we saw last year that you can't do that.
"After that, the boys showed great character and summed the group up with how we kept pushing. If the final pass was better in the second half we could have scored two or three more goals.
"We got into the 18-yard box a lot of times but the decision-making cost us. We need to keep getting bodies in the box, we have a lot of players who like to come to feet and link play up but we need to work on getting more people in the box."
Callum Styles and Aapo Halme were both not in the squad. Murray said: "Callum hopefully will only be out for a week. Aapo was a tactical one, I thought we had enough defenders on the pitch and I wanted more attacking players on the bench."
Barnsley brought in midfielders Herbie Kane – who made his debut against hometown club Bristol City – and Matty James on deadline day yesterday while Woodrow's contract was extended.
"I was really pleased. The whole club was outstanding from the media aspect to the deals that we've done. We have done deals that impact us in a positive way. Cauley committing to us was a real good signing and now it's a case of getting him more positions to score goals."