Asamoah Gyan has given Ghana an injury concern ahead of their World Cup quarter-final with Uruguay after picking up a knock in training.
The forward suffered an injury in training on Monday and left the session with ice strapped to his ankle.
The injury is not thought to be serious with Ghana's Football Association revealing it does not expect Gyan to miss Friday's showdown with Uruguay.
Gyan has enjoyed a fine World Cup with Ghana, scoring three goals in the finals so far, including the winner in Saturday's second round success over the USA.
Ghana are already sweating over the fitness of Kevin-Prince Boateng after he suffered a hamstring injury in the win over the US.