Kylian Mbappe should be fit to feature in France's Nations League clash with Croatia on Monday, according to Didier Deschamps.
The Paris Saint-Germain striker was forced off during Les Bleus' 2-1 defeat to Denmark at the Stade de France earlier this month.
Mbappe appeared to sustain the injury innocuously, pulling up after playing a pass to Aurelien Tchouameni.
He sat out the follow-up draw away to Croatia before coming off the bench to score France's late equaliser against Austria.
Deschamps is unsure how long Mbappe can feature for on Monday, but he is seemingly expecting him to be in contention to play some part.
Asked if Mbappe is fit, Deschamps told reporters: "Yes, according to him, although he still has a feeling that is not ideal.
"He is much less uncomfortable than he was at the start of the week when he couldn't train.
"He was ready to do half an hour [against Austria], it was planned. He exercised his knee where he had this discomfort.
"We are doing everything so that he can be there tomorrow."
Another France forward who is having difficulties of a different variety is Antoine Griezmann.
The 31-year-old, who spent this season on loan at Atletico Madrid, has not scored for club or country since his first appearance of 2022, way back on January 6 in a Copa del Rey win over minnows Rayo Majadahonda.
His last goal for Les Bleus was two months earlier in the 8-0 win over Kazakhstan.
Despite his struggles, Deschamps insists he and the team retain belief in the man who played such a key role in their 2018 World Cup success.
"We have all experienced less beneficial periods, when confidence is less," Deschamps added.
"For Antoine, it is not a question of positioning. I have confidence in him, the group has too, he is not at his best but this can happen to anyone."
Defending champions France are bottom of Nations League Group A1 after three games, having only managed draws with Croatia and Austria after losing to Denmark on matchday one.