"But there are good players more than ready to play".
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has admitted that he is still in the dark over Paul Pogba's injury layoff, only confirming that the midfielder will definitely sit out this weekend's meeting with Everton.
Tuesday's long-awaited Champions League return came at a cost, with the 24-year-old only lasting 19 minutes of the 3-0 victory against Basle.
"Bad decisions, fantasy football, PlayStation football, tricks and when you stopped to play as a team and when you stopped to play seriously I don't like and you gamble a little bit".
Pogba played 51 games last season but missed three weeks in March after succumbing to a similar injury to the one he suffered on Tuesday night and was given advice on how to strengthen his muscles to avoid potential set-backs.
"I just know that it's a muscular injury, he's out for the weekend match, that's the only match I'm thinking about".
Herrera started the game against Stoke on Saturday, but Mourinho will need to rely once again on the former Athletic Bilbao player in the coming weeks. José Mourinho's side will face Everton, Southampton, Crystal Palace and Liverpool in the Premier League plus CSKA Moscow and Benfica in Champions League. Herrera, Fellaini, Carrick, they are waiting for a real chance to start matches. We lost important players last season during the season and during crucial moments of the season and we were not crying or making excuses about that. "Sometimes in this country the word legend comes too easily, but that's not the case here".
Pogba has made six appearances for Manchester United this season, scoring two goals and assisting in a further two more.