Chris Smalling insists there are no concerns over his fitness for England's Euro 2016 opener against Russia after the Manchester United defender left Tuesday's training session with an ice pack around his left knee.
There was no sign of a bandage as he reported for media duty in Chantilly on Wednesday, with an afternoon workout at the side's Stade de Bourgognes base planned for later in the afternoon.
"There's no injury scare there, it's normal," said the 26-year-old.
"I often ice different parts of my body or jump in an ice bath. It's just normal recovery process to be ready for the next day, no worries there.
"We've got a couple of other people who can play centre back so I don't think it's a position that's necessarily a worry.
"I think we're very well covered in all positions."