Manchester United's Paul Pogba has indicated he will be fit for selection against Southampton on Friday as he looks to be involved for the first time since his world-record transfer.
The £89million Frenchman has had to wait to get his season started, missing the 3-1 win at Bournemouth last Sunday because of a suspension carried over from the previous campaign when he was still with Juventus.
A busy summer with his country, who reached the Euro 2016 final, was followed by an extended vacation in America and his move back to Manchester, four years after leaving United as a 19-year-old.
It meant he joined up with Jose Mourinho's squad later than others, yet the 23-year-old insists he is ready to go if called upon against the Saints.
"You have to ask the manager but I feel very good and have been training for 10 days. I am okay," Pogba said, on the Manchester Evening News website.
"I am quite used to this (busy summer). I played the World Cup two years ago when at Juve and three years ago I was at the Under-20s World Cup as well. So I am okay. It is about your body and I have been training on my holidays."
The fee which United parted with to bring back a player who left them four years earlier eclipsed the sum Real Madrid gave Tottenham for Gareth Bale in 2013.
Yet despite carrying the tag of being the most expensive player in the world, Pogba insists he is paying little attention to his market value.
"I am just happy to play football, I don't even think about it," he added.
"My ambition is always be the the number one and be the best. So the objective is to win the league. We want to go back to the Champions League because that is where we belong."