Uruguay striker Luis Suarez says his knee is "getting better" ahead of the FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
The Liverpool man suffered an injury in training during the build-up to the World Cup and had initially been a doubt for the competition.
However, he was included in Oscar Tabarez's squad with both coach and player previously stating their confidence Suarez would play a part in Brazil.
And on Tuesday, Suarez delivered an update on the injury that will buoy Uruguay fans ahead of their side's Group D opener against Costa Rica on Saturday.
"Hello to everyone, I wanted to tell you the knee is getting better," he said in a promotional video for 888poker.com.
"I feel very good, I have to go day by day, but everything is on the right way.
"I wanted to thank you all for the support I received during this week and now my mind is focused on the World Cup.
"Thanks a lot and Arriba Uruguay."