The Dane had to be stretchered off in the second half of his side's 1-0 win at Everton on the weekend following a collision with Tim Cahill which left him with mild concussion but he insists he will be good to go when third-placed Spurs come to Britannia Stadium on Sunday.
"I'm actually feeling very good. I was a bit all over the place for maybe an hour-and-a-half after the game, but then I started feeling a lot better," he told The Sentinel.
"I didn't have any trouble overnight, no headache or sickness. I've had a test in training to get the blood flowing and there has been no reaction, so I'm ready to go in training."