Cumbrian star Dean Henderson has posted a positive message after his return to training.

The Manchester United goalkeeper is back on the training pitch after his Euro 2020 heartbreak.

A hip injury cost Henderson his place in the England squad early in the tournament.

But the Whitehaven star has tweeted his joy at being back to fitness.

Back at it!! Can’t wait for the new season! 🔜🔛🔝 pic.twitter.com/toaf4lgSsG

Man Utd play their first pre-season friendly against Derby this weekend but it is not yet clear if Henderson will be involved.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could instead involve summer signing Tom Heaton.

Former Carlisle United academy player Henderson will be hoping to resume his status as first-choice at Old Trafford in the 2021/22 season after ousting David De Gea from the side last term.

Henderson - who recently made a surprise visit to his former school in home town Whitehaven - had to pull out of the England squad at the Euros early into the campaign.

He was left unable to continue with Gareth Southgate's squad because of a niggling injury he had been nursing for some time, and was replaced by Aaron Ramsdale.

Speaking on TalkSport, the Cumbrian said: "I didn't want to give my place up with the Euros in sight and with what I'd done to get my shirt, so I went into the Euros.

"I so wanted to be fit, so I came in with a brave face on, but I couldn't dive. When I came into training I couldn't dive, I broke down after a week and I was devastated."