Peru's football federation have confirmed captain Paolo Guerrero has been selected in the team's World Cup squad after the expiry of a doping ban.
Peru, who have qualified for the World Cup for the first time since 1982, will face Australia, Denmark and France in Group C at the finals in Russia.
Guerrero was banned for 12 months for testing positive for cocaine metabolite benzoylecgonine after Peru's World Cup qualifier with Argentina in October last year.
Global soccer governing body FIFA reduced the ban to six months but the World Anti-Doping Agency asked the Switzerland-based Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) to increase the sentence to between one and two years.
The striker, who has protested his innocence throughout, appeared at a CAS hearing earlier this month.
The Peruvian Football Federation said on its Twitter site that it would travel to Brazil "to visit our selected Paolo Guerrero" and take photos and kit measurements for the World Cup.
"We sent the preliminary roster. You'll have to be patient about getting the official one, which the coach will provide in a press conference," FPF official Antonio Garcia Pye said Saturday during a show streamed on Facebook by reporter Fernando Egusquiza.
Guerrero, 34, returned to professional football with Brazilian side Flamengo last week.
Guerrero has scored 32 goals for his country and helped them finish third in the 2011 and 2015 Copa Americas when he was leading scorer in both tournaments.
Peruvian will bid farewell to home fans on May 28 with a friendly against Scotland at Lima's National Stadium.
The team will travel to Austria to work on final preparations for the World Cup, playing friendlies against Saudi Arabia on June 3 and Sweden on June 9.