Wing star Monye ready to make Lions Test bow

ENGLAND winger Ugo Monye insists he is &ldquo;100 per cent ready&rdquo; should he be chosen to make his British Lions Test debut against South Africa on Saturday.<br /><br />The Harlequins ace has been in flying form for the Lions on their unbeaten tour so far, and is favourite to claim the left-wing spot for Saturday&rsquo;s first Test in Durban.<br /><br />A Lions Test call would represent a remarkable turnaround for the 26-year-old, who only made his England debut last autumn, but Monye remains unfazed by the transformation. He said: &ldquo;I have no nerves, I feel as thought I have fitted really well into the squad and played quite well.<br /><br />&ldquo;I think timing is everything. I have got a lot of self-belief and my faith has helped me as well. I believe if you put your trust in the big man, everything is possible.&rdquo;<br /><br />The Lions are hoping to report a clean bill of health for Saturday&rsquo;s Test, even though Irish full-back Rob Kearney will miss tomorrow night&rsquo;s tour match with the Southern Kings in Port Elizabeth with a dead leg.<br /><br />The problem scrum-half area should also be cleared with Mike Blair and Mike Phillips undergoing late fitness tests today and Harry Ellis expected to recover from illness.