Real Madrid star Gareth Bale fit to face Juventus in Champions League final
Bale has not played since April 23, when he had to come off in the first half of El Clasico, and he admitted at the time he may have rushed his return following an operation in November.
And although the 27-year-old has come through recent training sessions unscathed, he is still continuing his recovery from ankle ligament damage.
Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane has a decision to make on whether to go with Bale or Isco against Juventus, with the Welshman prepared to accept either outcome.
Zinedine Zidane to choose between Gareth Bale and Isco
I'm feeling fine, there's no problems for me
Real Madrid star Gareth Bale
Isco has started Real's last three Champions League outings and scored a crucial away goal against Atletico Madrid in the semi-finals second leg.
"I'm feeling fine, there's no problems for me," Bale said ahead of the final in his hometown of Cardiff.
"For me, Isco has been fantastic over the last few weeks so whatever the manager decides, that obviously will happen and, whomever he chooses, I'm sure the other will be supportive of the whole team as we always are.
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"I haven't spoken with the manager, but whatever decision he makes, that's final.
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"I completely understand. It has been a very difficult season for me this year. The operation has caused all these problems, I've been quite unlucky and I haven't played for six or seven weeks, so I would understand if I'm on the bench completely.
"If I have to come on and make an impact that way, then that's what I will have to do. Whatever is best for the team is ultimately most important."
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Zidane offered few clues as to his thinking, but indicated he considered Bale fit and ready.
"We're happy that he is with us because he is an important player. I'm glad to see he's recovered," he said. "We're going to prepare for the match together, as always, and we're all prepared.
"Gareth doesn't have to say anything to me. He's ready, with us, and really excited. Playing at home and that's that. The players are motivated and I'm only interested about that."
Asked directly about the choice between Bale and Isco he added: "The decision is difficult because everyone is available and I will have to choose between the entire squad.
"It's normal to have the debate, because they are two very good and important players. What the press says will not influence me. We know what we're going to do and the important thing is to be prepared and focused."