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Despite dropping him for Saturday's game against Bolton, Manchester United chief Sir Alex Ferguson maintains his faith in Ben Foster.
Foster has been United's first choice this season with Edwin van der Sar sidelined after he broke a couple of fingers in pre-season.
The Dutch veteran is now fit to return again and Ferguson has confirmed that he will start against Bolton on Saturday.
Edwin van der Sar is backing Ben Foster to recover from his current problems, but warned his team-mate he also intends to take back his Manchester United place between the posts.
Manchester United are set to keep faith with goalkeeper Ben Foster for Saturday's visit of Sunderland.
Foster missed out on a first-team spot for the midweek game against German side Wolfsburg, with Tomasz Kuszczak deputising in his absence.
But Sir Alex Ferguson will restore the England hopeful between the sticks against the Black Cats at the weekend.
England coach Fabio Capello dropped under-performing Manchester United goalkeeper Ben Foster from the squad to face Ukraine and Belarus in World Cup qualifying games and recalled veteran keeper David James on Sunday.
Foster has made a string of errors and looked hesitant playing for United this season while James returned after injury for the first time since April.
Ben Foster is understood to have agreed a new four-year contract at Manchester United after being offered an improved long-term deal.
The 25-year-old has been been badly hampered by injury problems in recent seasons, but is still seen by Sir Alex Ferguson as the successor to Edwin van der Sar.
Ben Foster may be left out of the first team for the big match against Arsenal.
Rio Ferdinand and Patrice Evra are back and look set to allow Man Utd to field an unchanged team from the first leg at Arsenal tonight.
Ferdinand trained at Carrington yesterday and came through unscathed after leaving the pitch at Old Trafford last Wednesday with a suspected cracked rib.
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Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson admits he sees Ben Foster as a long-term No1 - for both club and country.
"I can see Ben being England's goalkeeper for the next few years and his return to fitness is good news for England," Ferguson stated. "With David James, a really experienced keeper, back in the England squad, it shows that a young keeper like Ben has got a real chance.