Chelsea striker Didier Drogba said he is in good health three weeks after suffering concussion and being stretchered off following a clash in a Premier League match against Norwich City.
"The head is fine," Drogba said. "It's working more or less, as you can probably see."
Drogba said he realised he had "given everyone a scare" when he was left injured in the aerial challenge with Norwich goalkeeper John Ruddy during Chelsea's 3-1 win at Stamford Bridge on 27 August.
He has been sidelined for the club's last three matches, including the 3-1 defeat by Manchester United on Sunday, but the club confirmed Tuesday he was available for selection for Wednesday's League Cup tie with local rivals Fulham.