Bastian Schweinsteiger has returned to full training with the rest of the Germany squad, participating in an open session on Monday.
Joachim Loew’s side arrived in Poland on Monday ahead of Euro 2012 and waited just three hours before starting their first training session at Lechia Gdansk Stadium.
The Bayern Munich midfielder joined up with the squad a week ago following his involvement in the Champions League final.
Schweinsteiger missed the 5-3 loss to Switzerland as he was still nursing a thigh injury.
However, the 27-year-old was given the all clear by the team’s medical staff to take part in the session, with Germany general manager Oliver Bierhoff confirming his return.
“The health department has given the green light.” Bierhoff said. “He can train normally again.”
The Euro 2008 runners-up will stay in Poland, despite their group matches being held in Ukraine, and Bierhoff thanked the locals for their warm welcome.
“We have been extremely well received and have excellent conditions. We look forward to the time in Poland and now ever say thank you for your hospitality,” Bierhoff said.
Germany begin their Euro 2012 campaign against Portugal on June 9, before playing the Netherlands and Denmark.