Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has signalled his intention to stay on at Old Trafford for at least another two years.
Sir Alex Ferguson has no intention of leaving Man Utd yet
The 65-year-old had a change of heart after announcing his retirement five years ago, and has put United in pole position to reclaim the Premiership.
He said: "I decided to give up in 2002 but I regretted it. Changing that idea gave me a fresh start.
"My pension can wait. There is nothing doing here for a couple of years."
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Ferguson, meanwhile, believes Liverpool can give Manchester United's Champions League ambitions a lift by knocking out holders Barcelona.
He said: "If Barcelona win at Liverpool they will be favourites, but they face an almost impossible task to win at Anfield.
"If they are eliminated, all the rest of the teams like AC Milan, Inter Milan and ourselves can point to the final."