Sean Dyche says he has no fresh injury concerns ahead of Saturday's visit to Manchester United.
The Blues head to Old Trafford for a lunchtime kick-off (12.30pm BST), looking to extend their four-game unbeaten run after a dramatic 1-1 home draw with Tottenham Hotspur on Monday.
Dyche has named the same starting line-up for each of those four games, but that run will come to an end this weekend as Abdoulaye Doucoure serves the first of a three-game suspension having been sent off against Spurs.
Speaking in his pre-match press conference at Finch Farm on Thursday, Dyche revealed full-back Ruben Vinagre has resumed training following a minor Achilles problem, while Dominic Calvert-Lewin is "back on the grass" as he continues to build his fitness.
Andros Townsend (ACL) remains unavailable.
"Pretty good," said Dyche, when asked about the availability of his squad. "Ruben missed out [against Tottenham Hotspur] with a tight Achilles but he's back on the grass training, Dom [Calvert-Lewin] continues his recovery, obviously, and Andros [Townsend] a bit more distantly.
"We're pretty good overall. Some players are just carrying a few knocks and bruises but nothing too serious."
Asked if Calvert-Lewin could be considered ruled out of Saturday's game, Dyche added: "It just means [his rehabilitation] is continuing on a daily basis, but he's back on the grass."