Scott McTominay has issued a major update on his fitness amid serious concerns he could miss Euro 2024 this summer - and it's positive news.

The Manchester United midfielder was in visible distress at the weekend after he sustained a knee injury against Burnley. With the score at 1-1, the Scotland goalscorer slipped and suffered an innocuous landing at the byline next to the Stretford End at Old Trafford. 

McTominay - who was a second-half substitute for Kobbie Mainoo - was clearly upset, and footage showed him punching the ground in frustration. 

He insists this was because he was worried the injury was worse than it actually was. 

And he's now provided an update on his condition, which seems to have allayed fears that Steve Clarke could be without his talisman for the tournament in Germany.

McTominay wrote on his Instagram story: "I slipped and fell awkwardly on my knee similar to against Chelsea. 

"Nothing serious, just hyperextension but I was angry and upset that I thought it was worse than it was. 

"Hoping to be back on the pitch very soon to help the team as much as I can."

Erik ten Hag was asked about the 27-year-old's injury during his post-match interviews on Saturday. 

He responded: "We have to assess this, to set the diagnosis.

"I don't know in this moment to return [against Crystal Palace next month], I think it's a little bit too quick turnaround."

It's the second time McTominay has suffered hyperextension of his knee.

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Meanwhile, James Forrest has admitted he would love to be included in Steve Clarke's Scotland squad for the Euros after his recent Celtic heroics.

The winger, 32, scored a double for Celtic against Dundee on Sunday having also netted in the Scottish Cup semi-final triumph over Aberdeen the previous weekend.

Forrest's start on Sunday was his first in five months for Brendan Rodgers but the winger's output has sparked calls for a wildcard inclusion in the Scotland squad this summer.