Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hopes that forward Marcus Rashford will be fit for their Sunday clash against Tottenham in the Premier League.
Solskjear had to risk Rashford in midweek against Granada in the Europa League quarter final first leg.
The forward opened the scoring in a 2-0 away win, which sets up United nicely for the second leg at home next week.
Rashford has been battling with shoulder and ankle problems this term.
“Fantastic goal,” Solskjaer told reporters.
“Great ball by Victor, great run and skill to bring the ball down like this we’ve seen it a few times before and that’s a top, top quality goal.”
When quizzed if Rashford could be fit for Spurs, given he came off in the 65th minute against Granada, Solskjear added: “It’s the same thing as before.
“He’s not recovered from it and hopefully it’s not got any worse from this because he lasted 70 against Brighton, 65 now, so hopefully he’s ready.
“I think he should be ready for Sunday and the goal is exceptional.”