It is fair to say that Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, would be well within his rights to feel pretty frustrated after the recent international break.
With United picking up just five points from their opening four games in the Premier League, Solskjaer will have been hoping for all of his players to return to the club fit and healthy from international duty.
The reality is somewhat different, with a handful of key players joining what is becoming a lengthy injury list at Old Trafford.
The most worrying issue for Solskjaer is the back problem picked up by right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka that forced him out of England duty.
With Diogo Dalot struggling with a hip injury, Solskjaer will be desperate for wan-Bissaka to declare himself fit for Saturday’s home game against Leicester City.
Jesse Lingard and Luke Shaw are also doubtful after missing England’s fixtures through illness and injury respectively.
Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial missed international duty with France over the past few days and both face a race to be fit for this weekend.
One ray of hope for Solskjaer will be the form of Daniel James following his superb winner against Belarus on Monday night.
James has made an impressive start to life at Old Trafford following his £15 million move from Swansea City this summer.
His fine curling effort handed Wales their fourth successive victory and Solskjaer will be hoping he continues in the same vein against the Foxes, a game you can watch live online.
In addition to United’s injury problems, Solskjaer will also be concerned about Viktor Lindelof’s state of mind following Sweden’s 1-1 draw with Norway over the weekend.
Lindelof has struggled for United during the early part of the campaign, with his errors costing United goals against Crystal Palace and Southampton.
He was extremely critical of his own performance on Sunday and Solskjaer may decide to take him out of the firing line against Leicester.