Manchester United fullback Patrice Evra is one booking away from being suspended for the Champions League final, but insists that won't change his approach to Tuesday's semifinal against Barcelona.

He said: "I don't change my game. The most important thing is Manchester United not Patrice Evra.

"I say the most important is thing is that Manchester United win, not that Evra is not booked.

"If I need to get booked in the last minute and Manchester win, I will take a booking - no problem.

"But personally it would be very difficult if I don't play the final."

Team-mate Paul Scholes missed the 1999 final win over Bayern Munich through suspension.

But Evra said: "I haven't spoken to Paul about it because I don't want to talk about it."