England captain John Terry provided a timely boost for Steve McClaren ahead of Wednesday's Euro 2008 qualifier against Estonia by coming through a training session unscathed.
Terry was substituted during the 1-1 draw against Brazil on Friday night due to a tight hamstring but the Chelsea defender has suffered no lasting ill-effects.
Joe Cole, who picked up a slight knock against Brazil, also came through Monday's training session and will be ready for the must-win encounter in Tallinn.
Victory is the only option for England - Saturday's results in the other Euro 2008 qualifiers mean they trail Croatia by five points and both Israel and Russia by three in Group E.
Estonia may have failed to notch up a single point or even a goal but McClaren was present at the A Le Coq Arena in Tallinn to see Estonia lose by a single goal to Croatia, and saw them create the group leaders some substantial problems.
The England manager will tell his players however that if they do the jobs assigned to them, then a victory is there for the taking.
He said: 'All games are difficult at international level, especially away games.
'But it's not really about Estonia, it's about what we do. If we do the job as we have done with the B game against Albania and against Brazil we expect to win - but we have got to do the job and have the same level of performance.
'Despite not winning games they [Estonia] actually try and play football, they try and attack so hopefully it will be an open game.'
The suspension of Wayne Rooney and disappointing performance of Alan Smith up front against Brazil makes it very likely that McClaren will return to Peter Crouch to partner Michael Owen.
The towering Liverpool striker has scored five goals in six starts since McClaren took over and at international level has been especially prolific against football's smaller nations.