Diouf ready for derby call
Wayne Rooney, made way for Diouf and Michael Owen after 74 minutes. Sir Alex Ferguson says his £30.75m hitman will be assessed again today to decide if surgery is the only option. But it leaves the door ajar for Diouf who was happy with his Old Trafford debut. "It felt good. I played and scored and the team won, which is the most important thing. I am happy for the team and myself," said Mame. "For the first two or three minutes I was very nervous. But after that you are only thinking about football. When you are on the pitch, you forget about all the other people and just do your job. "I don't know whether I will play more games. I am not the one who is deciding. I have to be ready for my next chance. "I have settled in well. Everyone has been so nice to me. I have not had any problems. It has been fantastic. "I can learn from Owen, Berbatov and Rooney." Fergie added: "It was very good for Diouf. He has great spring. He is quick and has a lot of good attributes." What are your first impressions of Diouf? Have your say.