Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford will reportedly play through the pain in order to face Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday after sustaining an injury against Wolverhampton Wanderers on Wednesday.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer brought the England international on with 26 minutes to play during the FA Cup third round replay, but Rashford had to be replaced just 15 minutes later.
According to The Mirror, the 22-year-old is prepared to play through the pain barrier on Sunday and has undergone intensive treatment since he sustained the knock.
The report adds that the club are concerned about rushing him back and potentially causing him to suffer a further injury down the line.
Rashford has started all 22 of United's Premier League matches so far this season, scoring 14 goals.