Manchester United midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger says he is working hard to be fully fit for next week's Champions League play-off against Club Brugge.
The German international struggled for fitness over the past few weeks but he says he will be 100% fit in a matter of days.
"It's fine. I had three or four days in America where I had this injury and it was not so good for my rhythm," he told MUTV.
"Now I feel much better and also the game [against Tottenham Hotspur] was very important to play 30 minutes.
"The training sessions are very important for me, too. I'm getting better and I hope I will be 100 per cent fit in the next week.
"I'm really looking forward to settling in more and more with my team-mates.
"They are helping me a lot and we do a lot of things together in our free time. My team-mates help me to choose restaurants, for example, and golf courses, something like this.
"But the most important thing is to be successful this season and to win the matches."