Dale Steyn has revealed that he is fit to feature for South Africa in the upcoming three-match Twenty20 series against Australia.
The bowler has been sidelined for a number of weeks by the shoulder injury that he sustained during the first Test against England in January.
There had been suggestions that Steyn would not recover in time to play against the Aussies or at this month's T20 World Cup, but he has now declared his availability.
"I will be fine to play against Australia. All the talk about the injury can take a sideline. I've been fine for the last three weeks," he told Independent Media.
The 32-year-old has taken 55 wickets from his 38 T20I appearances.