Angel di Maria is fit for Manchester United's crunch match against Chelsea on Sunday.
The £60million signing was struggling with a thigh injury picked up in their 2-2 draw at West Bromwich Albion on Monday and it was feared that he would miss their biggest game of the season so far.
He had an ice-pack on the injury after being substituted in the 76th minute, but was able to train for the past two days and is ready for Chelsea.
Angel di Maria, shadowed by Chris Smalling, has been declared fit to face Premier League leaders Chelsea at Old Trafford on Sunday
The £60million signing was pictured sporting an ice pack on a thigh injury picked up in the score draw at The Hawthorns
Louis van Gaal, Wayne Rooney, Darren Fletcher and Robin van Persie are pictured in good spirits at Manchester United's training HQ
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Manager Louis van Gaal said: 'It was not so heavy, he has trained. Only the first day [Tuesday] he doesn't train.'
Van Gaal also revealed that Michael Carrick will play in a development game against West Ham in London on Friday night in a bid to regain match fitness.
The midfielder was a surprise inclusion on United's bench against West Brom on Monday night, but did not make it on the field.
Van Gaal added: 'I even let Michael Carrick this evening play in London against West Ham in the reserve team.
'I believe he needs that, he needs to play matches especially when you are five months injured. He said that it was his first experience in the second team.'
The United boss will be without the suspended Wayne Rooney but Radamel Falcao, who scored a hat-trick the last time he faced Chelsea in Atletico Madrid's Super Cup triumph last year, is available.
Chelsea's star striker Diego Costa has a 'chance' of playing at Old Trafford on Sunday, according to Jose Mourinho, despite the Spain striker missing the last two matches with a hamstring problem and being admitted to hospital this week with a virus.
Mourinho said: 'There is a chance, he has a little chance. Diego has a little chance, the same as Ramires and (John Obi) Mikel.
'Everything happened (to Costa). He was obviously injured - that was hamstring. He had to go to hospital with a viral situation that we didn't manage to resolve without being in hospital over one night - that was before Maribor.
'Against Maribor he wouldn't have been ready from the injury, no chance. But being ill didn't help the recovery process because we didn't have him at Cobham (training ground). Medical staff had to go to his house because we didn't want to bring him here with a viral situation.
'He trained individually, not yet with us.'
Falcao could also line up against Premier League leaders Chelsea - he scored a hat-trick the last time he faced the Stamford Bridge side
Falcao scored a hat-trick in Atleico Madrid's 4-1 victory over Chelsea in the 2012 UEFA Super Cup final
The Colombian, seen here celebrating against Chelsea, is working his way back to full fitness after sustaining a serious knee injury
Rooney leads Chris Smalling, Phil Jones and Antonio Valencia at Carrington as United are put through their paces on Friday
Luke Shaw and Robin van Persie are pictured in training on Friday ahead of Chelsea's visit to Old Trafford
Van Gaal will line up against Jose Mourinho on Sunday; the pair used to work together during the United manager's tenure at Barcelona