Chelsea captain John Terry returned to training on Thursday following an injury scare that briefly threatened his participation in the FA Cup final against Portsmouth on Saturday.
Terry hurt his right foot in a training ground challenge with Daniel Sturridge on Wednesday, but scans showed there was no break and the England defender has been able to resume his preparations for the final.
The 29-year-old will lead Chelsea out at Wembley as the Blues look to win the league and FA Cup double for the first time in the club's history.
A Chelsea spokesman said: "John Terry has started this morning's final training session at Cobham prior to the FA Cup final."
Speaking after the training session, Terry told reporters that he was "100 percent" fit to feature at Wembley.
"I'm fine and looking forward to the game," he said.