Antonio Conte has issued a clean bill of health to all of his squad ahead of Sunday's square-up to Middlesbrough - practically the first time this season the Chelsea boss has cleared the physios' room.
Diego Costa has recovered from a knock incurred in the 5-0 demolition of Everton before the international break, and Eden Hazard may have made his manager's heart skip a beat after he limped off playing for Belgium against Estonia - but he too will be at the Riverside Stadium.
Conte and Hazard both won monthly awards after a terrific sequence of five Premier League wins on the spin - but the gaffer insists talk of equating him with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi is premature.
He said: "Eden Hazard recovered very well. I was a bit worried, but it's important to play for the national team.
"I'm pleased for him.
"But it's like the team: step by step by step. If we have to equate him with the others it's not right for him at the moment but he has chance to to do it in his career."
Midfielder Cesc Fabregas and Kurt Zouma are also recovered from injury, although in the latter's case the France defender will continue to get U23 game time as a means of hitting the first team running.
Conte has struck paydirt with a 3-4-3 formation that has taken Chelsea up to second in the table, just a point behind leaders Liverpool, and reckons there is still room for veteran captain John Terry to fit in with the new system.
The manager added: "John is in a good shape and he can play in this formation, and he can play easy.
"Zouma? I'm happy to have these central defenders - he's in good form but you need a bit of time to recover his best form, and he will continue to play with the U23 and will do so on Monday."