Lionel Messi trained on Friday ahead of Saturday’s clash with Deportivo La Coruna, easing fears that he picked up an injury against Bayer Leverkusen.
The Argentine opened the scoring against the German side in the 1-1 draw, but wasp pictured at the end of the game holding his hamstring.
Barcelona denied there was anything to worry about, but the fact Messi missed training on Thursday for “personal reasons” added to the mystery.
However, he was fine to train on Friday and should be ready to face Depor at Camp Nou.
Sergi Roberto and Jeremy Mathieu were also involved with the first team’s training session, although there was no Neymar.
The Brazilian injured his groin in training earlier this week and will not be involved.
His father has said it’s unlikely he’ll even be ready for the Club World Cup semi-final, but he could return in time for the final.
After the game against Depor, Luis Enrique’s side turn their attention to winning their fifth trophy of the season.
They leave for Japan on Sunday, but first up they need to ensure they leave with their two point lead in tact at the top of the La Liga.