Manchester United full-back Luke Shaw returned to training on Monday but it seems unlikely that he will be fit enough to represent England at Euro 2016.
The 20-year-old suffered a double fracture of the leg during the Champions League defeat at PSV Eindhoven in September and it is not thought he will be able to play for United again this season.
Shaw has featured in 21 Premier League matches for United since his £27million switch from Southampton in the summer of 2014.
Meanwhile, Ander Herrera is upbeat about United's chances of playing in the Champions League next season.
Louis van Gaal's side improved their prospects by edging to a 1-0 victory against Everton on Sunday and are currently fifth, one place and one point behind Manchester City with seven matches to play.
United are 7/1 to finish in the top four and face title-chasing Tottenham this weekend. Van Gaal's side are 14/1 to beat Spurs 2-1 on Sunday and 9/1 to win the match by a two-goal margin.
"Overall when you're fifth in the table and want to be in the top four, you have to maintain this form," Herrera said. "It is not going to be easy because Man City also want to be in the next Champions League but we have to fight for it. I think we are ready to do it.
"Man United should be in the Champions League every year. I think the last 25 or 26 years, just one time we didn't play Champions League, so we want to be there.
"When we play against a top team, I am not so worried about our performance because we usually do quite well against the top teams. The most difficult games for us are when we're not playing against top teams."
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