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Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson insists he’s unconcerned about Wayne Rooney’s goal drought, believing the England striker is close to once again becoming the country’s deadliest striker.

Rooney has not scored for Manchester United in open play since netting against Bayern Munich in March, but Ferguson was delighted with the England forward’s overall contribution in Sunday’s 2-0 win over Sunderland at Old Trafford.

“Wayne had a couple of tries. He was very unlucky with the chip and there were a couple of shots saved by the goalkeeper,” Ferguson said. “He is getting there. The important thing is he is playing well. That is refreshing.”

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