Fernando Alonso has revealed he's not feeling any ill effects from his Belgian GP first corner crash.
Following last Sunday's grand prix, Alonso confirmed he had jarred his back in the crash, which put an end to his run as the only driver to have scored points in every race this season.
However, the good news is that the Ferrari driver will be back on track this weekend at Monza, saying he has fully recovered from the accident.
Asked about his post-Spa comments about the pain, Alonso said: "Yeah it was after the race, two hours after the Spa race there was still some pain in the back, but then on Monday morning I woke up absolutely fine, feeling 100 percent.
"It was good news, because you never know, the day after the crash anything can happen. So it was good news on Monday morning to do a completely normal day."
The Championship leader, who holds a 24-point advantage over his nearest rival in the standings, is now looking forward to a better weekend at Monza, Ferrari's home grand prix.
"I think Monza is a special win, because for any Ferrari driver it's a lot of support that you feel from the tifosi from today until Sunday and you want to give something back to them and the best thing is obviously a race win, but from a Championship point of view it doesn't change too much.
"Even if you're not fighting for the Championship, winning in Monza will be special anyway, because the podium celebration with all the people on the main straight etc is nice for anyone, not only fighting for the Championship.
"So we will try to do a good race and see how many points we can make and have clear in our minds what is the priority this weekend."