Manchester United legend Gary Neville can't see Sir Alex Ferguson retiring anytime soon, depute winning his 13th Premier League title last week.

Neville wrote in the Mail on Sunday: "On Monday night, he would have celebrated with his team and enjoyed the evening.

"But my guess is that on Tuesday night, he'd have been watching Bayern Munich v Barcelona then, on Wednesday, Borussia Dortmund v Real Madrid and he will have thought: 'Right, that's where we're going; that's where I'm taking this team. My young players have great ability, talent and energy. That's the level I want to get to. We'll be with Dortmund and Bayern in a year saying, 'Come on! We'll be having you at your own game'.

"And that's why I cannot see him finishing. I don't think he's even thinking about it. He will be focusing on the next goal and it's staring him in the face."