Michael Carrick has once again endeared himself with the Manchester United fans; the midfielder was spotted chanting with the supporters in the away end at Turf Moor this afternoon.
Carrick has made just one solitary appearance for the club this season, in a League Cup tie against Burton Albion in September, however after the tie, he complained of feeling unwell, and he has yet to feature since.
Hospital results subsequently found that the former West Ham and Tottenham player is a victim of an irregular heartbeat.
Despite his irregular heartbeat, it didn't stop Carrick attending the game in the away end amongst the travelling supporters to witness United scrape by Burnley 1-0, thanks to a stunning finish from Anthony Martial.
The former England midfielder has often referenced the United supporters that travel to their away games as the best fan's in the business, and clearly the supporters were delighted to have him amongst them.
Watch Michael Carrick chant with supporters below:
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The midfielder's professionalism is admirable despite not playing is in stark contrast to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who found something else to do after being omitted from Borussia Dortmund's squad to face Hertha Berlin on Friday night.