The United winger has damaged his chances of a long-term Reds' future with his comments about his treatment by manager Sir Alex Ferguson last week.
But Nani moved to take the sting out of his interview, by saying: "I often speak with the coach about my performance. I accept Ferguson's decision but I want to have more minutes on the field.
"After Cristiano Ronaldo left, I wanted a bigger role, but the coach picks the team.
"Against Chelsea I wanted a chance but it didn't come but you need to accept bad moments, I have no problem with the coach."