Rio Ferdinand looks set to be fit for Manchester United’s Champions League tie against Inter on Wednesday.
The centre-half had been an injury concern for the second leg of the last 16 clash after limping off during United’s 4-0 FA Cup win over Fulham on Saturday.
United boss Sir Alex Ferguson admitted after the quarter-final victory that his captain was a big concern for the visit of Inter.
However, Ferdinand took part in training with United on Tuesday morning after responding well to treatment on the injury.
His availability would be a major boost for the Champions League holders, with Ferdinand to resume his partnership with Nemanja Vidic, who missed the first leg through suspension.