Rob Kearney is expected to be fit for Ireland's NatWest 6 Nations Grand Slam decider with England at Twickenham on Saturday despite nursing an ankle issue.
Leinster star Kearney sat out training on Tuesday, but assistant coach Richie Murphy insisted the 85-cap full-back was only held back as a precaution.
Skills coach Murphy confirmed Johnny Sexton is now fully over a gluteal muscle injury, as Ireland chase just a third-ever Grand Slam in London this weekend.
"Rob's fine, it's just a case of managing his load," said Murphy, of 31-year-old Kearney.
"He picked up a couple of bangs in the Scotland victory, so we're just easing him back into the week. He's perfectly fine."
Asked if the sight of Kearney icing his foot in training would be a cause for concern, Murphy said: "He just got caught on his ankle, but he's fine. Again, the medics have looked at him, they are very happy with where he's at."