Forward Kylian Mbappe has played down an ankle injury that he sustained during a training session with France on Tuesday.
The Paris Saint-Germain attacker was forced to limp to the touchline after a challenge with teammate Adil Rami, and speculation began to mount over the nature of the problem.
However, Mbappe - who is expected to feature heavily for France at the World Cup - has said that he has only suffered a minor "knock" and will be ready to face Australia on Saturday.
The 19-year-old is quoted by ESPN as saying: "Ice packs? No, it is just a knock. I hit the ball poorly and I fell - it is nothing serious. It will be treated, and it will go away."
Mbappe has already made 15 appearances for his national team, scoring four goals.