Reyna's relief as scan reveals no hamstring damage
USA skipper Claudio Reyna was a relieved man after an MRI scan on his right hamstring revealed no muscle damage.
The Manchester City midfielder went off injured in the 16th minute of the 1-0 defeat by Morocco and it was feared that he could miss the World Cup next month.
Although no date has been set for his return he is expected to be fit for the United States' opening game against the Czech Republic in Gelsenkirchen on June 12.
Reyna said: ``I am relieved that there is no serious damage, I'll be working with the trainers on a daily basis and will be focused on getting back on the field as quickly as possible.''