Jose Mourinho insists there are no injuries impacting Manchester United ahead of their trip to Hull.
Man United face Hull City in the second-leg of the League Cup Semi-final and they head into the game 2-0 up with goals from Mata and Marouane Fellaini.
Eric Bailly is returning from the Africa Cup of Nations as Ivory Coast were knocked out by Morocco and he could be in action against Hull or Wigan.
Speaking in his press conference prior to the game, Mourinho was in good spirits.
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Bailly was one of our best performers before his injury and there’s no doubt that he’ll fit back into the squad once he’s back at Old Trafford, even though Phil Jones and Marcos Rojo have performed miracles in the centre of defence.
Having too many options is never a bad thing for any manager and Mourinho will be pleased with the club’s position ahead of a busy schedule of fixtures.
Hopes are everyone can stay fit as United have done a brilliant job of closing the gap on the top four, but need to maintain their unbeaten run if they want to finish the season with a Champions League qualification.