Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke could be available for Sunday's Premier League match against Tottenham.
But, after training with his national side this week, Benteke was an unused substitute against Wales on Tuesday.
"He must have been fit enough to go on the bench, or they wouldn't have done that," boss Paul Lambert told BBC WM.
"He's been in dialogue with our medical people. He's doing well and felt good.
"He was training Sunday and Monday with the national team. We trust Christian to come back and then see how he feels and judge from there."
Benteke, 22, is Villa's leading scorer this season with five goals.
Villa are unbeaten in the last three Premier League matches, and have picked up four points from two games without Benteke.