Charlie Adam is hopeful of being fit for Blackpool's clash with Wolves despite picking up a knock on international duty.
The classy midfielder was forced to limp off midway through the second half of Scotland's 3-0 win over Faroe Islands on Tuesday night with a knee problem.
It was feared the knee injury could sideline Adam for this weekend's home clash with Wolves, but the former Rangers man is optimistic of recovering in time.
"I am a wee bit sore and stiff in the knee, but I should be okay and hopefully be alright for Saturday," Adam told Sky Sports News.
"We need to try and win every game, no matter who we are playing against and we try and win every game, but every game is difficult in the Premier League so we take each one as it comes.
"We will be preparing well for it and hopefully we will be ready."