Paul Pogba is fit for Manchester United's match against Crystal Palace on Saturday after recovering from a hamstring problem that forced him to miss the derby and the France international.
United boss Jose Mourinho was delighted on Friday after his players returned from their squad to prepare for a return to the Premier League.
Luke Shaw will take a one-match ban for a yellow card after he received five penalties.
But Mourinho has a full squad to choose from as United seek to recover from the 3-1 defeat to Manchester City, with Pogba being sidelined by injury.
"Paul, we knew this holiday would recover from a minor muscle injury," said Mourinho.
"So we do not have players who we can say is a game outside tomorrow, we have 23 clubs to choose from tomorrow."
United players appear to have won their injury every season. Striker Anthony Martial of France and Marouane Fellaini of Belgium do not join their national team. Marcus Rashford has recovered from a hamstring injury during his time with Croatia.
"Martiali was with us, he did not go to the national team," said Mourinho. "The national team was aware of his problems and his permission was gone, he was working very hard.
"I would like to call them & & # 39; old injuries & # 39; because the problems around the muscles are a serious condition and have been in an emergency." He worked very hard, he was ready tomorrow
"Is he ready to play for three consecutive weeks? I do not know but the most important match is the next one.
"Fellaini also was no national team, as it allows him to stay while he played 90 minutes against Manchester City, he needed to stay and prepare after injury as before, So Marouane is also good.
"The national team members – Rashford have suffered a little bit but are ready, Romelu Lukaku is ready, I'd say a little bitter but not ready."
Mourinho also reiterated his desire to believe United will be fourth in the Premier League this season.
United this week, seven points behind fourth-placed Tottenham, Arsenal, Bournemouth and Watford, and they are all in the top four – though the coach still remains.
"I know," said Mourinho. "I know it's important, but I also know until the end of December, if it's not a mistake, we have eight Premier League games we play.
"8 Premier League play with 24 points, 24 points, we will fight for the other four teams in the top, but I believe we're there."