Stefan Johansen has been passed fit for Fulham's crunch west London derby with Brentford.
The 26-year-old midfielder limped off at Huddersfield after firing the Whites to a thumping 4-1 victory with two sensational goals.
He has become a key player in the midfield triumvirate alongside Tom Cairney and Kevin McDonald with the trio interchanging to cause opposition sides multiple headaches.
After limping off against the Terriers, there were concerns he'd be unable to face Dean Smith's Bees but Whites boss Slavisa Jokanovic has eased those concerns completely.
He said: "Stefan Johansen didn't lose any training after this situation when we played against Huddersfied.
"He is fully motivated and ready for tomorrow's game.
"We are going to be without Ragnar Sigurdsson for tomorrow, he has some calf problem and all other players are available for the game."
Fulham will qualify for the play-offs if they beat the Bees or match Leeds' result against Norwich, due to their vastly superior goal difference over the Yorkshire side.
Since joining Fulham from Celtic in the summer of 2016, Johansen, who captains Norway, has scored 12 goals for Fulham in 39 appearances in all competitions.