Shaleum Logan has handed Brentford a boost by declaring himself fit for Saturday's League One clash with Notts County.
The former Manchester City full-back has out for two months with an ankle injury but came through 75 minutes of the reserves' 2-0 defeat by Crystal Palace on Wednesday afternoon.
Manager Uwe Rosler must now decide whether to pitch Logan straight back into his starting line-up at Meadow Lane.
Logan told the Hounslow Chronicle: "My ankle felt fine and fitness-wise I felt good.
"I'm normally a fit person and have done a lot of training in the past six weeks. I feel like I'm ready but it's up to the gaffer whether to play me.
"I'm not 100% match-fit because that was my first game back, but I feel I'm ready for Saturday. Hopefully I've given the gaffer a headache."