Keylor Navas looks likely to be available for Real Madrid's Champions League clash with Tottenham Hotspur after again training alongside his team-mates.
Keylor returned from international duty with muscle injury
Navas had seemed set to miss Tuesday's game in Madrid after sitting out Real's weekend LaLiga win at Getafe with a muscle injury picked up on Costa Rica duty.
But after returning to training on Sunday, the 30-year-old goalkeeper went through his paces once more on Monday and appears to have shaken off the problem.
"Keylor trained well and feels no discomfort," said coach Zinedine Zidane in his pre-match press conference. "You'll find out tomorrow whether he'll play or not."
Carvajal, Bale, Kovacic and Luca again absent from training
Meanwhile, Real's final session before facing Spurs saw Dani Carvajal, Gareth Bale and Mateo Kovacic again miss out as they continue their recoveries.
Third-choice keeper Luca Zidane was also absent due to an ongoing shoulder issue, with the U-19s' Moha Ramos expected to remain in the squad in his absence.