Romelu Lukaku is optimistic that he will face England in Kaliningrad on Thursday, despite injuring his ankle on Saturday in Belgium's impressive 5-2 win over Tunisia.
The Manchester United striker limped just an hour ago but calmed the fans when asked about his injury after the match.
"I'm a fast healer," he said. "I'll see how I feel with the medical staff tonight and tomorrow, I'm not worried, I'm just relaxed about the game in England."
"It'll be nice to see some of my teammates, but soon the game starts, we will all fight for our countries. It will be a nice battle. "
Belgium coach Roberto Martinez was also not particularly troubled by Lukaku's injury." It was a blow he had in the first half and he tried to play through and he could not "T", Martinez said in his press conference. "He'll be judged and then we'll find out a little more in 48 hours, we'll have to wait until his ankle is less swollen and keep our fingers crossed."
Martinez said he plans to make some changes to England so that Lukaku could be rested anyway.
Saturday, the former The Chelsea player led his country to victory in two consecutive games, becoming the first player since Maradona to perform in the World Cup.
He was the tournament's top scorer with four goals, Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo. but he hinted that he could win the Golden Boot, and pointed to the work of teammate Eden Hazard, who also scored two goals.
"Scoring is a good feeling, I'm top scorer, so I'm here to score goals, but at the end of the day I want to help my teammates achieve something, we all work hard," he said.
"I am pleased that Eden has come to the fore as well, we need players like him, and I am glad that he did so well today."
Lukaku was aware of the progress made by his team had done so far, very pleased.
"We need to keep on improving now, we played much better against Tunisia today than against Panama," he said. "We need to keep improving, working day after day to give our maximum and hopefully we can we play better and better.
"The most important thing is to have fun. Football is about fun, but at the same time it's about winning. I find the right balance, it is so much more fun, at the last tournament [Euro 2016] we raised the bar so high, that we have not achieved our goals. This time we're just trying to amuse ourselves  "We know this could be the last tournament for our generation because some players are retiring, so we're playing for them as well."
Martinez and Midfielder Axel Witsel, one of Lukaku's best friends in this Belgian side, also praised the Red Devils striker.
"I thought he was sharp, in the right position, in a confident mood, in front of goal, he was as clinical as you would expect." Martinez on his striker performance.
Witsel told ESPN: "Rome is playing great at the moment, scoring well, even when training, when he misses a chance, he goes crazy, he always wants to score, he works very hard to train his movements and his degree It pays off. "
Lukaku and his teammates can celebrate their victory on Saturday night. They are accompanied by their families to a barbecue near their home in Moscow, before they are free on Sunday.