Texans running back Arian Foster said Thursday he’s fully healthy and plans to participate in upcoming OTAs. “I’m fine,” said Foster, during a premier party for Draft Day at Texans Grille. “I got cleared and I’ve been training for about two months now, so I’m feeling good.” Asked if he’ll be 100 percent during training camp, Foster doesn’t anticipate any restraints. “I’ll be participating in the OTAs,” Foster said. The Texans just completed their first week of informal conditioning workouts. OTAs begin May 27 and run through June 13. Foster, 27, was limited to just eight games and 542 rushing yards during the Texans’ disappointing 2013 season. After struggling with injuries during preseason and sitting out all four games, the sixth-year running back was rarely at full strength during his team’s 2-14 campaign. Foster won’t call 2014 a comeback year, though. “It’s not like I’ve got to go prove — I’m not trying to prove anything,” he said. “I always play this game to the best of my ability and that’s what I’m going to continue to do.” While several Texans veterans have referred to a strong, different vibe under new coach Bill O’Brien, Foster was more even-keeled about the regime change. “Anytime you have new blood in a place, it’s going to create a little buzz. Everybody’s excited,” Foster said. “But, in my opinion, the players still have to make plays. I think the coaches can do a great job of motivating and all of that good jazz. But when it comes down to it, it falls on our shoulders. We’re the ones between those white lines.”