Marcus Rashford is fit for Manchester United's Premier League visit of Sheffield United on Wednesday night.
Rashford was forced off in the second-half of United's FA Cup victory over Liverpool on Sunday with a knee injury but has recovered in time for their midweek fixture. United have a fully fit league squad to choose from, with the omitted Phil Jones still sidelined through injury.
"Marcus is available, yeah, he trained this morning," manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said. "Available for selection. He tweaked his knee a little bit but trained fully this morning. Good place to be."
Edinson Cavani could start successive Premier League games for the first time after his impressive performances against Fulham and Liverpool last week. Cavani, 33, scored United's equaliser at Craven Cottage and won the free-kick matchwinner Bruno Fernandes converted against Liverpool before hitting the post with a late header.
Solskjaer has raved about Cavani's impact on the United squad and elaborated on his qualities again. "How long have we got? What he brings is when a striker of that age runs almost 12 kilometres, every time he chases down the centre-back when he has got the ball, every time the goalkeeper has the ball. He tackles centre midfielders.
"He made a mistake for Liverpool's [second] goal but he’s the one that’s closest to winning it back inside their own 18-yard box. His reaction, his work-rate, his habits, and his threat in the box and the humility of coming in every single day to do your best.
"We could go on and on and on but his experience and attitude, of course, that’s given us a lesson, every single one of us.
"We think Mason [Greenwood] is going be very important in the second half of the season but it's not just going happen by itself. He scored against West Ham a while back as well and was expected to kick on.
"He's taken steps, he's grown, he's more mature and he's been training with Edinson for half a season, he’s learning good habits. And whoever doesn't learn from players like him, or Bruno or the players we’ve brought in, that's a pity.
"I'm very confident that Mason will chip in good performances and with goals and assists."