Ralf Rangnick considers the Anthony Martial matter "resolved" after speaking to the Manchester United forward about his apparent unwillingness to be involved at Aston Villa.

United had two goalkeepers among their eight substitutes - one short of the number allowed - for Saturday's 2-2 draw at Villa Park, where the France international was conspicuous by his absence.

Rangnick said Martial "didn't want to be in the squad" in Birmingham, but several hours later the 26-year-old said on Instagram that he "will never refuse to play a match for Man United".

Asked what the situation is with the wantaway forward, the interim manager said: "I mean, I'm here now for six weeks.

"All the things that needed to be said, I said after the press conference.

"I had a conversation with him on Sunday, a personal conversation with him about what happened and how I saw the whole situation. The matter is now resolved.

"He didn't train yesterday and the day before yesterday. He will probably train today and after training I will then take the decision if he is nominated or not (for the squad). Let's see what will happen there."