Mats Hummels is optimistic of being available for Bayern Munich's DFB-Pokal final clash against Eintracht Frankfurt on Saturday after sustaining a foot injury.
Centre-back Hummels came away from a challenge on Anastasios Donis in the 86th minute of Bayern's 4-1 defeat to Stuttgart on the final day of the Bundesliga season with a knock.
The Germany international confirmed no lasting damage was done and he is confident of being ready to participate when the Bavarian giants look to wrap up a domestic double against future coach Niko Kovac in Berlin.
"Good news: the foot is not seriously injured and I am/we are looking forward to play much better at the cup final next week," Hummels posted on Twitter.
Bayern may have wrapped up the season with a defeat, but they still won the division with a 21-point gap to second-placed Schalke 04.
Their opponents in the final, Eintracht, ended the season in eighth, and lost 1-0 to Schalke on the final day.