The striker was used as a substitute in both of Denmarks Euro 2024 qualifiers against San Marino and Finland this international break following his United debut against Arsenal earlier this month.
The 72m signing has only played 30 minutes of club football since signing for Erik ten Hag having missed the first three Premier League games of the season due to a back problem. He seems to have made a smooth return to action with Denmark boss Kasper Hjulmand happy with the players fitness.
Hojlund says he is now ready to pull on the red of United and is eyeing more time on the pitch against Brighton this weekend before next weeks Champions League opener with Bayern Munich.
Asked if he was looking forward to returning to Manchester, the 20-year-old told Bold.dk: Of course I am. Ive said it many times and thats probably the biggest thing you miss when youre with the national team. So Im looking forward to it. I live the dream every day, so Im happy about that.