Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick was delighted to be back for their 1-1 draw at Leicester City.
Carrick had missed the previous two matches in seven days at home to PSV Eindhoven and away to Watford.
"I thought it was a bad one at the time, but the scan showed that there wasn't too much damage," Carrick told MUTV. "After the swelling went down, I was free to get back involved. I'm fine now.
"We thought if we kept playing then the [winning] goal would come but we never really got enough clear-cut chances, just a couple of bits and pieces from set-plays.
"To get back into the game after going one goal down, especially with the form Leicester are in, we could maybe take positives from that. But really we're disappointed with the result as we came here to win the game."