Robinho's Fitness Race
Manchester City striker still trying to shake off ankle sprain.
Mark Hughes is hopeful Robinho will be able to face Everton on Saturday.
The Brazilian hasn't featured since November 30 when Manchester City lost at home to rivals Manchester United.
The striker's ankle problem is still causing some distress and he's yet to return to full training but Hughes is still hoping the £32.5m man will play a part in the clash against the Toffees.
City boss Hughes said: "Robinho hasn't trained today, he hasn't trained with the group all week and we will keep him back one more day.
"He has got a little bit of discomfort when he sprints at full pace so we are trying to resolve that hopefully that will improve today and he will train tomorrow.
"It's just the one sore point we are trying to resolve and if we can do that then hopefully he will be able to play some part - though he hasn't trained for two or three weeks now."