The England team insist there are no worries with defender Chris Smalling.
The Manchester United centre-half was seen with an ice pack strapped to his knee after getting through training in the Three Lions' Euro2016 home base of Chantilly on Tuesday.
That sparked suggestions that Smalling was nursing a slight injury leading into Saturday's Group B opener against Russia but according to UEFA.com reporter Simon Hart, there are no worries regarding the 26-year-old.
Just a knock by the sounds of it for Chris Smalling - thought to be nothing serious & he's expected to train as normal tomorrow #EURO2016
— Simon Hart (@UEFAcomSimonH) June 7, 2016
Smalling himself also posted on Twitter to indicate that everything was fine having successfully completed England's second training session.
First training session @England#EURO2016pic.twitter.com/7ScZowUk1d
— Chris Smalling (@ChrisSmalling) June 7, 2016