Sunday 2 September 2007 14:00, UK
Louis Saha has vowed to give 100 per cent to Man Utd and is not concerning himself with collecting a fresh injury.
The former Fulham striker has spent much of his time with The Red Devils in the club's treatment room, including hamstring and knee problems.
The Frenchman made a goal-scoring return against Sunderland and has no thoughts of giving less than 100 per cent in a bid to avoid further injury.
"I know exactly how not to get injured," stated Saha.
"All I have to do is play without full commitment. But I won't do it, I can't do it.
"United players have to play at 100 per cent, so if things like this happen to me, it is just because of the game.
"Now I have an amazing chance to try and get fitter over the next two weeks because before this, I only played in a couple of training games."