Last Updated: Tue, 23 Jul 2013 18:15
Norwich boss Chris Hughton has allayed fears that Bradley Johnson sustained a worrying knee injury in training while in the USA.
Johnson is, however, unlikely to play any part in the Canaries' final tour match against MLS title contenders Portland after suffering a bit of a scare.
"He is okay," said Hughton. "There was a concern because he went over on his knee in training but the good news is we had it scanned and there is no damage.
"All he has done has give the knee a bit of a jolt and he won't be involved for the final game."
Hughton expects Portland to provide City with their stiffest test on their short north American tour as the fitness of their MLS opponents will again be on a higher level.
"If this is going to be our toughest test out here then that is how we wanted it and it is a good stadium to go and play in as well," he added.
"San Jose looked sharp the other day and I expect the same. That was the difference. Would we on a good day have more quality than these sides then, yes, we would but San Jose looked very, very sharp and that was probably the main factor."
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