Fit-again Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has conceded that he was never stressed over coming back to activity in front of timetable as "lions don't recuperate like people".
The 36-year-old showed up for the Red Devils in over seven months when presented from the seat in Saturday night's 4-1 win against Newcastle United.
Ibrahimovic, now wearing the number 10 shirt after re-marking for the club in the mid year, combat once again from a cruciate knee tendon damage well in front of the anticipated nine-month cutback.
Asked by BT Sport after the match on the off chance that he was worried about propelling himself excessively, the Swedish striker stated: "No. Lions don't recoup like people.
"This feels uncommon. Distinctive day, same quality. I'm not stressed by any means - I prepare hard, give up a considerable measure. I play in my mind, my knee simply needs to take after."
Ibrahimovic scored 28 objectives in 46 appearances for United in his lady crusade at United, prompting the offer of another agreement in August.