Rio Ferdinand is ready to take out his Euros frustration on next season's campaign with Manchester United.

Ferdinand insists there were no questions over his fitness when the time came for Hodgson to select his Euro 2012 squad.

He told The Sun: "I might have had a few injury problems in the past but I was in good shape.

"I played all our games in the run-in, the manager was happy with me, and I was feeling really good. You can't ask for any more "I felt I had played well and was pleased with my form.

"To lose the title to City like we did and to then miss out on the Euros was hard to take, I admit that.

"But I'm already chomping at the bit to get back to United and start next season. I can't wait to be honest. I'm not one for looking back - I'm looking forward and there's still a lot for me to do in this game.

"Don't anybody think I'm finished, because I'm certainly not."