Manchester United supervisor, Erik ten Hag, has warned Cristiano Ronaldo that he has to “convince” him.
Ten Hag started the 37-year-old in direction of Sheriff Tiraspol inside the Europa League on Thursday.
It is the first sport Ronaldo is collaborating in after he was suspended for the 1-1 draw at Chelsea.
Ronaldo was banished from first-team teaching after storming off the substitutes’ bench in direction of Tottenham.
Ten Hag, speaking to BT Sport, about Ronaldo’s return, talked about: “He doesn’t have to convince me [off the pitch], he has to convince me on the pitch.
“He is an important part of the squad and we have to play a job in all competitions.
“Today we need goals, we have to win, we want to be number one in the pool.”
On handing a main start to teenage forward Alejandro Garnacho, Ten Hag added: “He is reliable however as well as has somewhat little bit of the X-factor. He can outplay defenders and run behind.
“I’ve a entrance three which is creative. We have a dynamic workforce proper now.
“It’s about winning the game, we want to score as many goals as possible, and then see if we can give players like Harry Maguire and Donny van de Beek minutes.”