The big Leeds United man is fit to face Reading, according to his brother.
Pontus Jansson's brother has revealed on Twitter that the Leeds United star is fit to face Reading in their "hugely important game" on Saturday.
Speculation had mounted over whether the 26-year-old would be fit to participate against the Royals after withdrawing from the latest Sweden squad with injury.
The big centre-back has a worrying history with injuries but Jansson's brother, Peter, has allayed fears over his sibling's long-term fitness and claims he is available to be selected for Leeds this weekend.
Hi Dan. All is fine now. Pontus is training with the team and is ready to play on Saturday. Hugely important game!— Peter Jansson (@pejansson) October 10, 2017
Jansson was one of Leeds' best players last season but he, like so many of his team-mates, has looked rather sluggish in recent weeks.
The former Malmo man has struggled with and without centre-back partner Liam Cooper beside him recently - even though the pair played huge roles in helping Thomas Christiansen's side pick up six clean sheets on the bounce.
Cooper was suspended for the 3-0 demolition at Sheffield Wednesday before the international break but he is also available to return for Reading.