Juan Mata is available to play for Manchester United in the EFL Cup final against Southampton, the club have confirmed to ESPN FC.
There were doubts over Mata's selection after he failed to travel with the squad to London on Saturday. He had returned to Spain in order to attend his grandfather's funeral, but he is now with the squad and ready to play.
A spokesperson told ESPN FC: "Juan attended his grandfather's funeral and joined the team in London."
Juan Mata wants to sign a new contract at Manchester United and win the Premier League or Champions League with the club.
Mata, 28, joined from Chelsea in January 2014 and won the FA Cup last season, but he is eager to commit his long-term future.
"I have two years left on my contract and I would like to stay beyond that," he told the Sun. "I am happy here and obviously since I came we have won the FA Cup, Community Shield and now we have another chance to win a trophy.
With Wayne Rooney pledging his immediate future to Manchester United, Jose Mourinho has confirmed that the England striker will be in the squad for the League Cup final on Sunday. Rooney is no stranger to big games, having featured in nine major finals in his time at Old Trafford.
But how did he fare in each of those matches? Here's a look:
2005 FA Cup Final
May 21, 2005
Arsenal 0-0 Manchester United (Arsenal won 5-4 on penalties)
Rooney signed for Manchester United in 2004 and took little time adjusting...
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And while Mourinho has said that he won't hold a place in his starting XI for the 31-year-old simply for...