DAVID Luiz has declared himself fully-fit for Saturday's Champions League final showdown with Bayern Munich.
The Chelsea defender suffered a hamstring injury in the FA Cup defeat to Spurs last month, but was back in full training with the rest of his team-mates at Cobham yesterday.
And the Brazilian insists he is ready to face the German giants at the Allianz Arena at the weekend.
He said: “I took treatment on my hamstring every day, in the morning, in the afternoon and evening.
“People don’t know that but I was always hopeful and now I’m so happy because I am 100 per cent. I can do all the movements and I am so happy for that.”
Luiz has warned his Blues pal they will face a wounded beast at the weekend after Bayern's 5-2 German Cup Final thrashing by Borussia Dortmund.
But he insists they can secure European glory without their suspended stars.
He added: “Can we cope without the players who are suspended? For sure they are important players. [Branislav] Ivanovic, John [Terry], Ramires, and [Raul] Meireles.
“But my team-mates are very good players. It would be special if we won. This is the best game in the world for big teams and I am so happy to play this final and I hope we win.”
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