Connor McLennan, Greg Stewart and Dean Campbell will all be available for Aberdeen’s Scottish Cup semi-final with Celtic, according to Derek McInnes.
The Dons take on the Hoops at Hampden on Sunday for a place in the final of the tournament.
There had been some concern about attackers McLennan and Stewart, and midfielder Campbell.
McLennan was in some discomfort after an awkward first-half fall in Saturday’s 2-0 win against Dundee at Dens Park.
The 19-year-old said his shoulder had “popped out” before being put back into position on the pitch.
Stewart had to come off in the closing stages in the City of Discovery due to a foot knock.
Campbell missed the clash with Dundee altogether after a knock picked up in last Wednesday’s 3-1 Premiership win against Motherwell.
However, McInnes says all should be available for Sunday as the Dons bid for a final place.
He said: “Connor didn’t train yesterday, but he will train today.
“Greg and Dean have both done some work yesterday.
“But because both knocks are on the foot we are trying to resist them doing contact work.
“However, we expect they will be able to participate in full training by Friday and have absolutely no concerns about them not being ready for the game.”
It’s not the first time this term McLennan has had shoulder problems.
He spent a period on the sidelines after scoring his first Aberdeen goal in a 4-1 win against St Mirren in October.
McInnes added: “He has a wee problem with the shoulder that he’s had for a wee while and he’s played enough games with it.
“He just landed awkwardly at Dens Park on Saturday and that was how it happened.
“He’s getting used to the pain at times because it’s happened before, but he’s fine.
“He’s been contributing well this season, Connor, and he’s not had his troubles to seek with injuries over the last few years.
“You see when he has a clean bill of health how effective he can be for us.”
McLennan has been an important player for Aberdeen this term and has stepped up from the youth ranks – 12 months ago he was scoring at Hampden in the Dons Under-20s’ 3-1 Youth Cup final defeat to Hibs.
McInnes said: “What a goal he scored that night in the Youth Cup final, but he came off injured at half-time. That game probably encapsulated Connor for the last few seasons.
“He really lit the game up and really caught the eye and then you lose him to injury.
“I gave him his debut at 16 against St Johnstone (April 2016). That was because he was always one I thought was physically ready.
“I’ve been desperate to get him involved more, but injuries have curtailed that.”