JASON Tindall insisted Wayne Rooney “brings great experience” to visitors Derby as the England legend could make his comeback against Cherries.

Rooney, England’s leading all-time goalscorer, came into contact with someone who had tested positive for coronavirus, meaning he had to quarantine for 14 days.

But with that period now over – the former Manchester United and Everton star has trained with the Rams and is available for selection against Tindall’s side at Vitality Stadium tomorrow.

Rooney has featured five times against Cherries in his club career – scoring twice against the Dorset outfit for the Red Devils.

Quizzed on the 35-year-old ahead of the contest, Tindall said: “As we know from his time when we came up against him at Manchester United, he’s a top, top player who has pretty much won everything in the game you would want to win as a player.

“He is someone that brings great experience and quality to Derby, as he would do to any team and is certainly a player that, if he does play against us, is someone we have certainly got to be aware of.”

Derby winger Kamil Jozwiak suffered an ankle injury against Cardiff and will miss the game, while goalkeeper David Marshall is a doubt after picking up an unspecified injury in training on Tuesday.

Louie Sibley (hamstring) could be in contention after being an unused substitute in midweek, but former Cherries winger Jordon Ibe (lack of match fitness) and Krystian Bielik (knee) are unlikely to feature.