Crystal Palace boss Dougie Freedman has played down an injury scare to rising star Nathaniel Clyne.
The right-back, who was the Eagles' player of the year last season, had to be substituted midway through the first half of the 3-1 friendly defeat at Bournemouth with a foot injury.
But Freedman is confident Clyne will be fit in time for Saturday's Championship opener against newly-promoted Peterborough.
"He had a kick to his foot which is disappointing - thank goodness it's only a kick though," explained Freedman.
On-trial striker Antonio Pedroza missed out on the chance to impress Freedman due to an injury.
"He's got a tight hamstring and I've got to make a decision on him over the next week," he continued.
"I've got to get him fit again, maybe get him in a game behind closed doors, and then I can make decision on him."