Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino says Son Heung-min is in a “good way” following his involvement in Andre Gomes’ horror injury.
The South Korean was visibly distraught after his tackle during Spurs’ 1-1 draw with Everton left Gomes needing surgery on a broken and dislocated ankle.
He received a red card from referee Martin Atkinson, which has since been overturned by the Football Association on appeal, and needed support from his club on Monday.
That led to some doubt over whether he would travel with Spurs to Serbia for their crunch Champions League clash with Red Star Belgrade on Wednesday, but he joined the squad and looks set to play.
“Son was devastated after the action,” said Pochettino, who reiterated the club’s best wishes to Gomes.
“It was a mix of everything, it was a mix of the injury, a mix of the red card, the situation of the game it was an emotional moment for everyone.
“Now after a few days, everyone is available to play. He is in a very good way, he feels sorry like everyone, but he is in good form.”
Son will now not have to serve a three-match domestic ban after the FA said a “claim of wrongful dismissal” had been upheld.
News of the club’s successful appeal against the sending-off came just before Pochettino addressed the media in the Serbian capital and he always believed the red card would not stand.
“I was confident,” he said. “We were all confused after the game, I was talking with different people and the referee too.
“There was confusion, but now it is completely fair that in the end he is not going to be suspended.
“But we cannot change the result, playing with 10 men opened the game for them and we ended losing the two points.
“But the good news is Sonny is going to be available.”
Harry Kane has also travelled with the squad after he overcame an illness that kept him out at Everton, but Jan Vertonghen, Erik Lamela (both hamstring) and Hugo Lloris (elbow) are injured.
Midfielders Harry Winks and Victor Wanyama and defenders Serge Aurier and Kyle Walker-Peters have not travelled.
Christian Eriksen has travelled, though, amid criticism over his recent performances.
The Denmark’s future remains uncertain as he is out of contract in the summer, but Pochettino is content with his form.
“I think the performance of Christian is no different than when we signed here five and a half years ago,” the Argentinian said. “His commitment is the same, and I am happy with him.
“Sometimes we look too much, if the player has a one-year contract or a four-year contract, in the end it’s about the commitment.
“But with Christian I am happy, you see him and compare him with different seasons he is the same player.”
Red Star Belgrade coach Vladan Milojevic has promised Tottenham will not suffer any racist abuse.
Spurs received abuse last time they played in Belgrade in 2014 and the Group B clash is at the Rajko Mitic Stadium, where Serbia fans were found guilty of racist abuse against Portugal in their game last month.
Furthermore, Red Star fans were banned from attending the reverse fixture a fortnight ago by UEFA after they were found guilty of racism during a qualifying round match in Finland in July.
Still, Milojevic insists it will not be a problem and says their fans will be the perfect hosts.
“I can guarantee that everyone here will feel safe,” he said in his pre-match press conference.
“In our team we have players with different skin colours and never had a problem. Not even Tottenham footballers will have them tomorrow.
“We will show that we are the real hosts and that this is a country that embraces diversity.
“I believe that our fans will be great tomorrow and I urge them to come as much as possible to support us.”