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Ferguson vows to fight on
07 May 2007 - 11:05:13
Sir Alex Ferguson has vowed to remain at the Manchester United helm and claims he has been invigorated by the club's youngsters following their Premiership title success.
The Red Devils were crowned champions for the first time in four seasons on Sunday when closest challengers Chelsea could only manage a 1-1 draw with Arsenal.
United have now won the Premiership title on nine occasions since the league was formed in 1992 and Ferguson has hinted that he will be around for a few more to come.
The veteran Scot had announced he planned to retire during the 2001/02 campaign only to backtrack on his decision and insists he won't put a timescale on the remainder of his glittering career.
"It's easy to retire. It was a quick decision. I did it years ago and regretted it within days," he told MUTV.
"For Cristiano (Ronaldo), Wayne (Rooney) and the lads who have not won a championship medal before, it is fantastic for them and hopefully it develops and moves them on a bit.
"I feel invigorated by the young players at the club and players like Ryan Giggs, Gary Neville, Paul Scholes turning out every week for me. It gives me the right vibes.
"I don't know how long I'll last now but I'm enjoying it."