Sandor Egervari has dismissed reports suggesting Zoltan Gera is struggling with a knee ligament injury.
It has been claimed that the midfielder recently failed a medical at West Brom as a result of a partial ligament tear.
That is news to Hungary national coach Egervari, who insists the Fulham playmaker has no serious complaint to contend with.
He acknowledges that Gera, who is available as a free agent this summer, is nursing a slight knock, but is adamant that a period of rest is all that will be required to return him to full fitness.
"I don't know if Zoltan had any problems with his knee," Egervari told Nemzeti Sport.
"When he came home to the training camp of the national team he had an extensive medical check because he picked up an injury in his last Premier League game for Fulham. That is why he couldn't play against Luxembourg and San Marino.
"I'm sure that after a couple of weeks he will be ready to play again."