Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted he will be cautious over Wayne Rooney's hamstring injury.
United boss wary of striker's hamstring injury
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted he will be cautious over Wayne Rooney's hamstring injury.
Rooney is currently sidelined with the problem he sustained in United's 1-0 win over Wigan Athletic on 14th January.
The England striker is expected to be out for another two weeks, and Ferguson is wary of rushing his return.
Ferguson said in the Daily Mail: "Rooney's never had a hamstring injury before, so you have to be cautious about the way you deal with that."
Rooney has netted six Premier League goals in 18 appearances for the Red Devils so far this season.