Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says defender Luke Shaw is in a "very positive" mood as he continues recovery from a double fracture of his right leg.
The 20-year-old was treated on the pitch for more than ten minutes after going down to a challenge by PSV Eindhoven defender Hector Moreno in the Champions League.
He is one of the three injured players who will not feature against Sunderland in tomorrow's Premier League game.
"I spoke to him [Luke Shaw] last night," van Gaal told the club's official website.
"He was very positive. It's amazing for me. There are very good signals. We have already started the rehabilitation. He shall be visited at home for the first electro muscle stimulants, so I think it's very good.
"[In all] we have three injuries – [Marcos] Rojo, [Luke] Shaw and Paddy McNair.
"It's the same and we have to wait to see how the players recover because there are only two days between the two matches. Until now I don't know how I'll put the line-up."