The Socceroos have received a boost ahead of their World Cup qualifier against Jordan on Tuesday, with striker Alex Brosque declaring himself fit.
Brosque was stretchered off towards the end of Australia's 3-0 triumph over Lebanon on Thursday night and there were fears that coach Holger Osieck would have to tackle Jordan without one of his key attacking weapons.
However, after completing the short trip from Beirut to Amman, Brosque reaffirmed his availability to help Australia strive for a breakthrough win of the current qualification phase.
"It's just a bit of a late challenge there and more precautionary to come off more than anything else," said Brosque.
"It's feeling a little bit better, but by Tuesday it should be fine.
"This game's massive for us and to get our campaign back on track and I think we'll be hopefully going out to get a very good win."
In the absence of injured striker Josh Kennedy and club-less veteran Harry Kewell, much of Australia's inspiration will come from Brosque.
In eight qualification matches to date, he is the second leading goal scorer with three.
The friendly win over Lebanon snapped a four-game winless run and Brosque believes the change in atmosphere within the camp could pay dividends on Tuesday at the King Abdullah International Stadium.
"I think we noticed it a bit in training, when you lose or, when you don't win a few games in a row, it really makes a difference to the dynamics of the team and how you train and things like that," said Brosque.
"Confidence wise, I think it (the win over Lebanon) was massive for us.
"Just to go back to the way to playing the way that the team was playing in the past and, getting a comfortable win again, it's just got everyone is high spirits again and confident that we can do the job on Tuesday."
Jordan will enter the game on the back of a scoreless friendly draw at home against Iran.
Luke Wilkshire, who provided the cross for Tim Cahill's opener against Lebanon, is wary of the threat posed by the Jordanians, who are ranked by FIFA 62 places beneath the Socceroos.
"We saw some of their performances from the Asian Cup and we know it's going to be difficult," said Wilkshire.
"We going to be well prepared and we're going to be looking forward to it."