Shakib Al Hasan has allayed all injury concerns and is set to return to the Bangladesh cricket team's practice sessions at Chattogram on Thursday.
The ace all-rounder felt discomfort on his groin while bowling against the West Indies in the third and final ODI and that prompted him to leave the field.
The left-hander said that he would need to observe the magnitude of the injury in the next 48 hours and on Thursday things became evident that no major damage was done.
Bangladesh Cricket Board doctor Monzur Hossain Chowdhury has confirmed that nothing serious happened and there was no tear in the muscle.
"Shakib is fully fine now. The scan report came out and showed that everything is fine and there is no tear in the groin region. We are hopeful that Shakib will take part in the first Test against West Indies and he can take part in training in the next few days," Monzur told the media on Thursday.
The first of the two-match Test series is set to begin on February 3.