In another look back through the United Review archives, we are featuring an interview with former full-back Gabriel Heinze.
The Argentina international spoke to the official matchday programme on the final day of the 2005/2006 season, when Charlton Athletic provided the opposition, after recovering from a serious knee injury.
How does it feel to be back training and playing again?
It's a great feeling; I'm really happy to be back. It's been a long and frustrating eight months for me with a lot of hard work involved in getting back to fitness. It's great just to be back training and playing football. That is what I love to do: play football.
Has your recovery come in time to play in the World Cup?
First and foremost, my mind is focused on Manchester United. In the back of my mind is Argentina and the World Cup. I am very proud to play for my country and I really hope I can do that in Germany this summer. But I won't allow myself to think about the World Cup too much. Once the season is over, then I will think about Argentina. For now, I must get fit and do my best for my club.
How did the lads react when you came back to Manchester?
Judging by the way they have been since I returned from Spain - where I worked on my rehabilitation - they seem really pleased to have me back. It was a nice feeling for me to see my team-mates smiling when I returned to the training ground. Manchester United is a place where I have always felt loved. I've always felt welcome and appreciated by everyone.
How important was Sir Alex during your time out injured?
Everyone at the club has really helped me through what was a difficult time. Mr Ferguson, Carlos Queiroz, Valter di Salvo and the physios always stayed in contact. It was important for me to know that people here were thinking of me. While I was out, Mr Ferguson spoke to me regularly and encouraged me. I have to thank him for letting me