Lionel Messi is back in Barcelona's squad for their league game at Huesca after missing the previous match at the Nou Camp through injury.
Messi watched the 1-1 draw with Eibar from the stands due to an unspecified problem related to his right ankle but Barca coach Ronald Koeman said that Messi is "ready, happy and eager" to play in Sunday's match.
Messi has not played since a 3-0 win over Valladolid on December 22 when he scored his 644th career goal for Barcelona to overtake Pele's all-time scoring milestone for a single club.
However, during the short winter break for Spanish football, Messi spoke publicly about his future.
The Argentine said he would avoid taking a decision on whether to remain at Barcelona or not until the end of the season.
He was free to negotiate with other clubs, as of Friday, because his contract expires in June.
Koeman said his team was not being distracted by the possible exit of the club's all-time greatest player.
"(Messi) said that he did not want to make a decision yet, and we have to respect that," Koeman said.
"He is free to manage the issue and decide whenever he wants. He has always shown that he wants to do the best thing for the team and to win matches.
"I believe there is no problem if he doesn't decide now. We are not nervous or worried."
Barcelona are in an unaccustomedly poor sixth place with Messi their leading scorer this season with 10 goals in 18 appearances.