Ghana got massive boost on Thursday night when injured goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey returned to training to boost the Black Stars camp in preparation for the 2014 World Cup this month.
The Norway-based shot stopper returned to training with the team ahead of their final warm-up match before the World Cup with South Korea in Miami.
The Ghana goalkeeper suffered a suspected thigh injury during training on Tuesday as he had to be pulled out early to undergo assessment with the medical staff.
However, he was back in action on Thursday as the Black Stars returned to training after a day-off the previous day.
He is now in contention for place in Monday's friendly against the Koreans.
Kwarasey's return cleared any injury concerns for the Black Stars who have been preparing at the Florida International University for the World Cup in Brazil.