COLLINGWOOD star Jordan De Goey has shrugged off concerns about an ankle complaint he suffered in Saturday night's semi-final win over Greater Western Sydney.
The gun forward tweaked his ankle when marking the ball on the lead in the first term, but has declared he will be right to go against Richmond in Friday night's blockbuster preliminary final clash.
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De Goey left the ground for a brief period but returned to kick a game-high three goals in the Magpies' 10-point victory.
"It was just one of those rolled ankles," De Goey told reporters on Sunday.
"I felt fine coming back, so I just did a bit of work on the bench and I was fine."
De Goey missed two weeks with a bone stress injury in his leg between rounds 19 and 20.