Newcastle United midfielder Ki Sung Yueng says he's over his hamstring injury suffered in the Asian Cup.
Ki played 45 minutes in Saturday's 1-1 draw against CSKA Moscow in Spain and he was glad to be playing pain-free again despite not feeling fully fit.
"For me it was a great chance to play, fitness-wise because I was back from injury and I got some time to play good football against a good team," the South Korea international told NUFC TV.
"It was a good experience having a week in Spain and hopefully we are prepared for our next game.
"I don't feel 100 per cent yet but there is no pain from my hamstring injury. Hopefully I will get better and keep pushing in training.
"This game, playing 45 minutes, helped me get more fit."