Stoke forward Jonathan Walters enjoyed a mixed afternoon at Carrow Road after scoring and later being dimissed
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Stoke manager Mark Hughes claims his squad has been strengthened since Kenwyne Jones left and wants to draw a line under the striker's controversial departure.
– Stoke boss Mark Hughes
Kenwyne was frustrated because he wasn't playing. I said at the time I didn't think it was the correct way to go about it.
He will say he was justified because he got a move and a longer contract.
He has moved on, we have moved on. I still felt he had a role here, but that wasn't to be. We made the move that was correct for Stoke City.
Kenwyne is no longer a Stoke player, so I don't particularly need to speak about him.
We wish him well but we'll try to get on with what we're trying to do.
#mufc team to face Stoke: De Gea; Jones, Smalling, Evans, Evra; Carrick, Cleverley; Young, Rooney, Mata; van Persie.
#mufc subs at the Britannia Stadium: Lindegaard, Rafael, Valencia, Fletcher, Januzaj, Hernandez, Welbeck.
Heading North? http://t.co/pmjTjmSE5B
Peter Odemwingie could make his Stoke debut at Sunderland tonight after posting this photo of the plane he's taking up north.
The former West Brom striker is more accustomed to travelling to football clubs in a car as the transfer deadline approaches.
Gym time smash boom bang http://t.co/y1GlV02d7M
Nice, er, shoes, Herr Huth.