Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has revealed he is close to making a full recovery from injury.
Rashford hasn't played for United since suffering a double stress fracture in his back during a 1-0 FA Cup third round replay win over Wolves at Old Trafford on January 15th.
But the 22-year-old has now revealed he is feeling better, though is due to undergo a scan to formally check on the state of the injury.
It is not known yet exactly when he'll return to action, given the Premier League and all competitions United are in have been suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.
But Rashford says he will be training very soon - most likely from his own home, with the country in 'lockdown'.
"I feel much better. I have a scan in another couple of days and that should solidify it, but I feel much better compared to two or three weeks ago," Rashford told Sky Sports News.
"I feel 10 times better now. For me, now it's just about getting ready to build back up to training and then playing games for the team.
"I'm in a much better place. I'm much happier than I was about a month ago so things are looking positive."
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be keen to get Rashford back in his side, as soon as football resumed.
United completed a January loan deal for Odion Ighalo from Chinese Super League side Shanghai Shenhua as a temporary Rashford replacement.
And although Ighalo hit the ground running - scoring four goals in three starts - Rashford had hitherto struck 19 goals in all competitions and remains United's top scorer this season.