Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas insists there are no major concerns over Petr Cech, after a new injury scare for the Czech goalkeeper.
Cech was taken off at half-time during their Carling Cup win over Fulham after a head injury suffered in a collision with Orlando Sa.
The Blues No.1 was replaced by Ross Turnbull and needed hospital treatment, but Villas-Boas insists there are no long-term concerns.
"Petr went for a scan in the hospital and he's OK," he said.
"He felt a little bit dizzy from the early concussion at half-time.
"We decided, and he decided as well, it was better not to take risks."
The 29-year-old became the first high-profile goalkeeper to wear protective headgear in all matches after suffering a fractured skull in a sickening collision with Stephen Hunt at Reading five years ago.
He also watched team-mate Didier Drogba knocked clean out by Norwich goalkeeper John Ruddy almost four weeks ago, with the striker only fit enough for a place on the bench.
Villas-Boas had planned to bring Drogba on but was forced to think again, with Cech's injury part of a triple blow for Chelsea either side of half-time.
The first befell Daniel Sturridge, who hurt himself netting a disallowed goal shortly before the break.
Revealing the striker had a knee problem, Villas-Boas added: "The ligaments
"If he misses one (game), it won't be more than that."
The final setback occurred less than two minutes after the break, with Alex sent off for bringing down Kerim Frei.
It meant Chelsea ended up playing more than 70 minutes with 10 men. Villas-Boas said: "We thought by that as the game was going on, if we really had to go into extra-time, we could be struggling physically.
"These players who played, a couple of them don't have enough minutes.
"Straight away, you're going into a 120-minutes situation, which is a lot for the body.
"That's why the win is special, because they were able to cope with it."