Irish assistant boss Roy Keane has eased any fears that may have been lingering over Republic of Ireland striker Jon Walters.
The Stoke City man sat out the open training on Wednesday with a slight knee problem but Keane confirmed today that he trained fully today and has no issues with his knee.
Keane will be pleased as one thing that Walters has in abundance is the type of fighting spirit that the ex-Ireland captain called for ahead of Sunday's pivotal World Cup qualifier against Austria.
"I don't think that's ever been an issue with our lads", Keane replied when it was suggested to him that the players' temperament would be a vital part of getting an edge in the game.
"I think, as usual, you want players playing on the edge. We want players putting their bodies on the line which lads have done before. People like Seamus Coleman."
Keane is holding the Irish skipper up as an example to the rest of the squad following the shocking leg break he suffered in the Group D draw with Wales in March.
"You go out on that pitch and you put your bodies on the line. Be ready to accept whatever goes, like Seamus, breaking your leg. People have done a lot more for their country than breaking their legs.
"People have died for their country so we want our lads to put their bodies on the line....give everything they've got."
"My mindset anyway with any group of players I'm working with is, we're going into battle on Sunday and be ready! Be ready to put your body on the line like Seamus did. You've got to follow that.
"I think the players are in good spirits, the mindset, I don't think that's ever been an issue. We want to go out, give everything we've got. Hopefully we can produce moments of quality which we will need.