Tottenham have welcomed back Harry Kane to full training as the team go through the motions ahead of another crunch clash in the Champions League with Real Madrid.
The England hitman limped off in the dying embers of Spurs' recent hammering of Liverpool, and failed to recover from a hamstring strain in time to face Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday.
His absence proved costly as Spurs went on to lose the game 1-0 thanks to a late Anthony Martial goal - but the 24-year-old is back in training ahead of their game at Wembley with Spanish heavyweights Real on Wednesday, as reported by Sky Sports News.
His return will make for welcome news for Spurs fans, who watched Mauricio Pochettino's side struggle to test David de Gea at the weekend.
Kane has been in fine fettle this season - his league form has carried over into the Champions League where he has scored five goals in three matches.
Spurs will surely want to give him every chance of starting the game, with deputy Fernando Llorente having not quite hit the ground running yet following his summer move from Swansea - a win would seal their qualification for the last 16.