Holland midfielder Arjen Robben has declared himself fit for tomorrow's friendly against Indonesia in Jakarta despite worries about a leg injury.
The Bayern Munich star picked up a knock during the DFB-Pokal Cup final win against Stuttgart on Saturday and was a doubt for the Oranje's first ever match against Indonesia.
Holland coach Louis van Gaal was unsure of Robben's chances of featuring when he touched down in Jakarta, but the player himself says he is fit for the match.
Robben trained today, albeit away from the rest of the squad, and played down the problem with his leg.
``It's nothing special in itself,'' Robben told ad.nl.
``I had a knee to my thigh during German Cup final against Stuttgart and then felt it for a few days.
``I'm quite fit, but will perhaps play a half. As long as that goes well, of course.''
Asked about Robben's fitness, Van Gaal said: ``I do not know if Robben will play in the game.
``If he can play, then probably no more than 45 minutes.''
Van Gaal also said he is likely to test out several combinations of players and fully utilise his bench during the match at the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium.
He added: ``We are not used to these conditions, the heat and humidity. Therefore I want to play football with many players.''
Such is the interest in the Dutch team during their time in Indonesia, they had to abort a trip to the old centre of Jakarta due to safety reasons.
A large number of enthusiastic fans, many wearing shirts with the number of Manchester United striker Robin van Persie, turned out to see the squad, causing safety fears.
Following the match against Indonesia, Holland will travel to Beijing where they will play against China on Tuesday.