Bayern Munich midfielder Javi Martinez played down fears of a long-term injury absence after he was forced off with a shoulder complaint against Freiburg on Saturday.
The 29-year-old required treatment following a heavy collision and left the field in pain with 20 minutes remaining.
Speaking after the match, returning Bayern boss Jupp Heynckes confirmed the Spaniard is likely to miss Wednesday's Champions League clash at home to Celtic.
But Martinez took to social media to insist his lay-off would be a brief one.
"It won't be a long pause, just some days to be back," he wrote. "Anyways, very happy for the victory and proud of my team-mates."
Bayern went on to win 5-0 at the Allianz Arena as it reduced Borussia Dortmund's lead atop the Bundesliga to two points.
The Bavarian outfit also sits second in Champions League Group B, ahead of Celtic on goal difference.
Latest on Sportstar
- IND 5-1 BEL Live Score, FIH Pro League 2022-23: Harmanpreet scores brace as India dominates Belgium
- Fastest Test double hundreds: Astle, Stokes, Sehwag and McCullum in top five
- Fastest Test double hundreds: Ollie Pope slams seventh-quickest Test 200 vs Ireland at Lord’s
- ENG vs IRE: Joe Root completes 11,000 Test runs, fastest batter to feat by matches
- FC Goa appoints Manolo Marquez as new head coach