Cristiano Ronaldo will be available for Portugal’s crucial World Cup qualifying matches against Hungary and Malta.
The Real Madrid forward was considered to be a doubt for upcoming fixtures after twisting his ankle.
The news comes as a boost to Portugal coach Carlos Queiroz whose side is currently struggling to qualify for South Africa. Portugal lie sittingthird in Group 1 with two games remaining.
“All the players are fit, with the exception of Tiago, who has not recovered in time,” said Queiroz ahead of Saturday’s meeting with Hungary.
Ronaldo, who resumed full training on Friday, added: “I’ll be fit for tomorrow’s match and the following one.”
Portugal know they must take maximum points from their next two games to stand any chance of securing a play-off spot, while they are also relying on Sweden to drop points against against Denmark this weekend.