Roberts is expected to be out for up to six weeks with a broken finger sustained in the 2-1 Evo-Stik League defeat to Gresley last Saturday.
Cameron Ringstead, a 19-year-old loanee from Crewe Alexandra, deputised in a 1-1 draw at Belper on Tuesday,but Leek boss Lee Casswell is hoping to have the more experienced Lloyd-Weston (pictured) available for tomorrow's FA Cup first qualifying round tie against Bewdley Town at Harrison Park.
The Manchester-born 21-year-old came through the ranks with Vale and was also on the books at Cheltenham Town before signing for AELK FC in the Greek Football League One.
Casswell said: "Danny Roberts has been told by the doctor he will be out for six weeks, but he hopes he can be back sooner.
"In the mean time we have to get international clearance for Daniel Lloyd-Weston because he's been playing abroad.
"We're not involved in league action for a couple of weeks, but we certainly don't see the cup as a distraction. If we play as we did at Belper we should be okay."
Casswell has options up front after bringing in prolific former Southport striker Peter Wright, aged 30, who scored on his debut at Belper.
Bewdley Town are currently sixth in the West Midlands League Premier Division, having won three and lost one of their opening four matches.
That defeat came on Tuesday night when they went down 2-0 at home to Pegasus Juniors, a game watched by a Blues 'spy'.
Tomorrow's victors will pick up £3000 from the FA Cup prize fund.