Manchester United are hopeful Edinson Cavani can return against Crystal Palace as they look to kickstart their season.
Cavani has missed United's past four games with a muscular problem.
United were held scoreless in two of the matches he missed, drawing 0-0 with both Real Sociedad and Chelsea last week.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men still sit second in the Premier League ahead of their trip to face Palace on Wednesday, though rivals Manchester City are now 12 points clear.
"We have had a training session this morning," Solskjaer, whose side are on a 20-match unbeaten away run in the top flight, told reporters on Tuesday.
"Edinson trained, he's joined in, that's good, let's hope there's no reaction after the session and hopefully he will travel with the squad.
"Of course, it was a light session and we are looking okay.
"There are a couple of doubts from the Chelsea game plus the wear and tear of the season. So we have to give them as much time as possible."
He added to MUTV: "It looks good. Edi has got the desire and hunger and, of course, he wants to join in, even if it's from the bench.
"Hopefully he will say [on Wednesday] that there has been no reaction."
Paul Pogba has been out for a month but there is no immediate prospect of his return, even though the midfielder is making progress.
Solskjaer also hopes Phil Jones will be able to play at some point this season as he battles a knee injury.
The United boss added: "Paul is still not ready for us.
"He is feeling better but he's not been training with the team yet, so he's definitely not travelling down to London.
"With Phil, obviously we hope [he will play again this season].
"He's working really hard, he's had a couple of setbacks and it's just that kind of injury you have to be patient with and give him time. I know all about these [knee] injuries.
"I'm not sure [when Jones will be back], how long is a piece of rope? That's how I felt as well, when I came back. We'll give him absolutely every chance this season, if not the start of next."
Palace have won two of their past three league meetings with United, as many as they had in their previous 27.
United, though, have curiously fared much better in away games with Palace. They have never lost in 11 Premier League away games (eight wins) against the side from London.
That is the most one team has played at another without ever losing in the Premier League.
All of Solskjaer's focus has been on the upcoming clash, rather than the penalty United were denied for a handball claim against Callum Hudson-Odoi at Chelsea.
"That is water under the bridge," he added.
"You move onto the next one. We all know it’s a high-pressure situation and you have to accept the situations.
"We move on. All my focus after the game has been on Palace.
"I think the refs have a difficult enough job without extra pressure, so we should leave them to make as many good decisions as they can."