Fulham will be without Bobby Zamora for a minimum of four months after the England striker suffered a broken leg in Saturday's 2-1 victory over Wolves.Zamora was stretchered off after 28 minutes following a Karl Henry tackle. [LNB]On Friday the 29-year-old forward, who made his England debut against Hungary in August, signed a new four-year deal that keeps him at Fulham until 2014. [LNB]"He's broken his leg just above the ankle and is out for a minimum of four months," said Fulham boss Mark Hughes. [LNB]Zamora signed for Fulham from West Ham in July 2008 and, after a difficult first season, came to the fore during the 2009-10 campaign with his 19 goals helping the London side reach the Europa League final and finish 12th in the Premier League. [LNB] It was a great tackle by Henry however his foot got trapped under Henry and sadly he will be out of action for a while SebsGoldenBoot "We hopeful he hasn't suffered any ligament damage, but if he has he could be for longer," added Hughes. [LNB]"It's a big loss. We won the game for him really." [LNB]Fulham came from 1-0 down to win at Craven Cottage after two goals from Moussa Dembele. [LNB]Neither Hughes nor Wolves boss Mick McCarthy made any criticism of Henry's tackle in their post-match interviews. [LNB]"It's a shame but I don't really lay the blame on the player [Henry]. It's one of those," said Hughes. [LNB]"There's always a danger if you get tackled from the side or from behind that players' legs can get trapped.[LNB] [LNB][LNB]Hughes confirms Zamora broken leg[LNB]"I don't think there was any intent to hurt Bobby. You don't expect the circumstances of the injury to be the result of a challenge like that, but it can happen. [LNB]"At the time I was a little bit disappointed that the referee didn't view it as a foul, but there you go." [LNB]The Wolves captain was not booked for the challenge. [LNB]Zamora started the current campaign in fine form, scoring in the 2-2 Premier League draw at Blackpool before suffering to a thigh injury. [LNB]That injury robbed him of a place in the England squad for Euro 2012 qualifiers against Bulgaria and Switzerland and he had been a doubt for the game with Wolves. [LNB]Wolves manager Mick McCarthy insisted his team are not a "dirty side". [LNB]In addition to Christophe Berra's red card they also had five players booked, but McCarthy said it was "a competitive game". [LNB]"We'll keep competing the way we do, we'll try and go to Spurs and play wonderful silky football and try and beat them and get shot of this label," he said.