Manchester United talisman Cristiano Ronaldo is hoping to be available when they face Aston Villa in the Premier League on Saturday.
The winger missed Monday night action against the Villans with a muscle injury but has joined light training ahead of the weekend clash at Villa Park.
Ronaldo is yet to miss a single Premier League clash since re-joining United in the summer, and is stepping ups his recovery.
"I'm good," he told Premier League Productions at Carrington. "I just have a little touch but, you know, it's part of my work.
"You know, we have to feel some pain sometimes. It's nothing big and I hope to be good soon."
When further pressed to say whether or not he will feature against Villa, United's number 7 said;
"I hope so. We will try on Thursday. I will try to train as normal. Let's see how the body reacts.
"Fingers crossed. I'm confident."
United lost 1-0 to Wolves in their last Premier League clash at Old Trafford and will be gunning to get back to winning ways.
They will however miss the services of r Luke Shaw and Scott McTominay, who are both suspended for the match.
Villa, on the other hand, will be missing John McGinn, who is also banned, but could hand debuts to new signings Lucas Digne and Philippe Coutinho.