Playing striker was no risk - boss
David Moyes has denied it was a gamble using Loius Saha in the second half against Hull despite him not playing in a reserve match.
The French striker was making his first appearance since turning out for Manchester United against Bolton back in March and he turned out to be a crucial inclusion after he played a part in Leon Osman's equaliser at Hull. Moyes was delighted with his contribution and believes if he can play half the games this season they will get a massive return on the player. Moyes said: "Saha has made a big difference to how we played when he came on. I'm glad to get him out there. "I don't think it was a gamble to play him. If I'd started with him, he'd have been happy. "But I felt the best way was to bring him along slowly. "He's not had many games, so we're gambling in that he hasn't played any reserve games and just been training for two weeks. "I said when we signed him that if I could get him fit for half the games this season then he could win us some points, and that's what I'm hoping for."