Ireland have played down any fears that Shay Given may miss their opening match with Croatia.
The Aston Villa goalkeeper was withdrawn from the friendly draw with Hungary and was reportedly suffering with a calf problem.
However, the experienced goalkeeper is expected to take his place in the opening match, and is raring to go, according to goalkeeping coach Alan Kelly.
He said: "I don't think wild horses would keep him from being on that pitch.
"Once you get a little niggle with a knee, you get compensatory issues.
"But anyone who saw the game he played the other night wouldn't question his fitness, form or how sharp he is."
Given has won 122 caps for the Republic of Ireland and is expected to be the first choice goalkeeper at the finals.
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