Many are tipping a caretaker who has delighted in two profitable stretches at Bramall Lane to turn into a drawn out choice between the sticks for those at Old Trafford.
Henderson is, notwithstanding, only 23 years old and keeps on observing his course to the main group obstructed at the Theater of Dreams.
Inquiries are being posed of Dea Gea, however, with the Spain global not, at this point viewed as the model of consistency that once landed him three Player of the Year grants at United.
That could see an entryway swing open for Henderson, while there has likewise been discussion of the profoundly appraised adolescent acquiring beginning obligations with England from Everton shot-plug Jordan Pickford.
Norwood, who has been working close by Henderson in Sheffield for the last two seasons, trusts it is just a short time before unmistakable jobs are filled, with there each motivation to accept that he will savor the additional duty coming his direction.
“Definitely, he’s proven himself this season, he’s up there with most clean sheets in the league so he’s obviously doing something right,” Blades midfielder Norwood told Sky Sports when asked if he can see Henderson becoming a go-to option in Manchester.
“I’ve read a few things from different people and I do agree that there would be a lot more pressure on him going and playing as Manchester United’s No.1 rather than Sheffield United’s – the scrutiny he would be under being England’s No.1 as well.
“I’m sure Hendo can handle that. He’s sure of himself, he’s very confident.
“I’m delighted he’s staying until the end of the season to help us, I have no doubt over the next [eight] games he will pick up some points for us.
“Next season is next season, we are not looking that far ahead.”