David Luiz has joined Gary Cahill in declaring he will be fit for Chelsea's UEFA Champions League final against Bayern Munich on Saturday.
The central defensive duo came through a full training session on Tuesday to hand manager Roberto Di Matteo a significant boost ahead of the Allianz Arena showdown.
With John Terry and Branislav Ivanovic ruled out through suspension, the Blues were facing a crisis at the heart of their backline with concerns over Cahill and Luiz due to their respective hamstring injuries.
Brazil international Luiz has not featured since the FA Cup semi-final victory over Tottenham, but is confident he will be in action against the German giants.
He told Globo Esporte: "I will play the game, I am preparing myself well, I trained during the whole day today and I did not feel any pain.
"Thank God I am feeling well. I am happy to be able to do what I like the most which is to play football, and be part of such an important moment like this."
Do my best
Luiz's fellow countryman, Ramires, is another of the Blues squad who will miss the final through suspension following his caution during the epic semi-final second leg against Barcelona.
The midfielder was cautioned shortly before scoring a stunning away goal for the Blues and then slipped into the defence to play his part in the heroic rear-guard action.
Luiz has his sights set on securing glory for his compatriot, and for all the people of the South American nation.
He added: "Before the game against Barcelona, I told Ramires to play for him and for me. After the game he hugged me and told me [to play the final] for him.
"But I will not only play the final for me or for him or our families, I will play it for Brazil. I am sure many Brazilians would love to be on the pitch, so I will do my best for them."
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