The Australian international played through the pain in last weekâ€™s 2-1 victory over Philadelphia Union but trained fully this week and is fit to take his part in the trip to Toyota Park on Sunday.
â€śI feel pretty good. Itâ€™s been a good week for me,â€ť Cahill told MLSsoccer.com.
â€śOff slow to start the week and now itâ€™s starting to load up towards the end of the week. Weâ€™ve got a really big game coming this weekend, the momentum feels good with the team. The staff and all the players are basically really looking forward to it. Itâ€™s a nice feel.â€ť
Cahill added that he was unsure who would start up front with injuries to star strikers Thierry Henry and Fabian Espindola but suggested whoever was in the line-up would certainly do their job.
â€śFor us, whoever plays is going to do the job in hand and weâ€™re doing tactically everything during the week,â€ť he added.
â€śWe can play different positions and make things work, but you play anywhere and you do what youâ€™re told; but the main thing is when youâ€™re on the football pitch, the XI thatâ€™s playing, weâ€™ve got a game-plan and weâ€™re sticking to it.â€ť