Eric Bailly fighting fit for Watford clash
The Ivory Coast international returned to first-team action in Sunday's 3-0 win over Leicester after his Africa Cup of Nations campaign.
And Bailly, who joined Manchester United in the summer, insists he's "fully recovered" and ready to take on Watford tomorrow (3pm).
"I’m fine," the 22-year-old said. "I’ve got straight back into training after the Africa Cup of Nations.
Eric Bailly returned to action against Leicester
"And now, with a bit more time, I’ve recovered from that and I’m in good shape fitness-wise.
"I’m back working with the rest of the lads and feeling good."
Bailly couldn't help defending champions Ivory Coast progress past the group stages after failing to win any of their three group games.
The Ivory Coast were knocked out of the Africa Cup of Nations at the group stages
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But the centre-back, who started every game, was full of praise for eventual winners Cameroon.
"We didn't perform as we should have," Bailly said.
"It’s a really tough competition but Cameroon's victory was deserved as they have a great new generation of players who worked really hard."