Man Utd veteran in no rush to decide on future

The 34-year-old is out of contract in the summer and has still not been offered a new deal by the Red Devils.

“I have got to decide what I want to do myself first,” said Neville.

“Obviously the club will play a big part in that and I need to speak to the manager because he will have a big say in it as well.

“But really, I am not even thinking about it.

“At my age I just want to stay fit and concentrate on the last two months of the season. I will look at it then.

“I have my own idea but for the time being I want to concentrate on football.”

Neville has struggled to get back to his best ever since breaking an ankle in a challenge with Bolton’s Gary Speed in March 2007.

“It takes me a month to get back in the swing of things,” he said.

“You saw that from when I first came back, particularly against Leeds and Burnley.

“Then, after a couple of games I do seem to get better.

“Now I hope I can stay fit because I do feel stronger and ready for the rest of the season.”