Ryan Giggs feels Manchester United's squad is looking in good shape with the impending return to first-team action of Rio Ferdinand.
Ferdinand played for the reserves on Wednesday night against Oldham, the first time the defender had been in action since he suffered a major knee ligament injury in a freak collision with Emile Heskey on day one of World Cup training with England in South Africa.
Anderson, who played 90 minutes in the Oldham game, and Gary Neville are also close to making their United comebacks after spells on the sidelines, and Giggs told the club`s official website: "The squad is looking really strong.
"We've got Rio to come back in, Nev hasn't played yet, and Anderson is back too. So it's looking really good."