Ryan Giggs believes the impending return of some key players means that Manchester United will very soon be at full strength, leaving Sir Alex Ferguson with a selction headache.
Rio Ferdinand returned to action for United's reserves on Wednesday, while Anderson and Gary Neville are also closing in on comebacks.
The inclusion of Owen Hargreaves in United's 25-man squad also appears to bode well, and Giggs is excited by the potential first-team selection dilemma facing his manager in the coming weeks.
"The squad is looking really strong," Giggs told United's official website. "We've got Rio to come back in, Nev hasn't played yet, and Anderson is back too. So it's looking really good.
"It's a headache for the boss, but one he would rather have than to be struggling for players. We'll need everyone because it's a long season. The manager realises that."