Disappointment for West Ham forward after being ruled out of England's opening World Cup Qualifiers.
has been left "gutted" after a hamstring injury forced him out of England's forthcoming World Cup qualifying
The 23-year-old striker moved to West Ham on a season-long loan deal from Liverpool
earlier this week.
He made an impressive debut in the Hammers' 3-0 win over Fulham but limped out of the action after 68 minutes at Upton Park.
And Carroll has now pulled out of Roy Hodgson's squad
to face Moldova and Ukraine.
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce said: "We will just have to pray that it is not too severe. It looks like a hamstring injury.
“We were ready to bring Andy off and unfortunately on that last jump he got hit by Brede Hangeland and that twisted his body and pulled his hamstring by the looks of it.
"He is just so gutted because he has got injured and he can't go to England - that is why he is most disappointed because he wanted to get off there.
"We are going to play him and hopefully he will play every week for us and score goals and obviously Roy is going to pick him.
"He wants to do well for us and he wants to do well for England."
First half goals from captain Kevin Nolan, Winston Reid and Matt Taylor wrapped up the points for West Ham before Carroll picked up his injury.
Tickets are still on sale for England's match against Ukraine at Wembley on 11 September, so make sure you're here for the first competitive home match of Hodgson's era.