Ferguson axed De Gea after a mistake gifted Fulham a goal in their second game but Lindegaard admits he is far from certain of staying in the team for tomorrow’s Champions League game against Galatasaray despite keeping a clean sheet in the 4-0 win over Wigan on Saturday.
The Danish international said: “Whether I am playing or not is still a very open question.
“Every time you play for United is an exam. It doesn’t matter whether it is Champions League, Premier League or a training match. At this point I see David and my roles as co-workers rather than a No1 and No2. He has his strengths and I have mine, and the gaffer is world class at picking the right teams and I trust in that and I accept his decision. ”