Spain striker Alvaro Morata has declared himself fit for La Roja's Euro 2016 opener against Czech Republic.
The Juventus forward had been seen as a doubt for the clash on June 13 after picking up a hamstring injury in his country's 6-1 win over South Korea last week.
However, the 23-year-old, who has netted three goals in nine appearances for his national team, has insisted that he will be ready for the Czech Republic fixture.
"I feel very good. The discomfort has passed and I did not play in the last friendly (a 1-0 defeat to Georgia) in order to get better. If the coach decides, then I'll be ready to play against the Czech Republic," Morata told reporters.