Park Ji-Sung wants to stay with Manchester United for the foreseeable future, after the winger recently said that he would consider finishing his career with a different club.

"It would be honour for me to keep playing for Manchester United," Park told reporters.

"I have nothing to say about any transfer rumours - I just want to stay at Manchester United.

"As an Asian player, it's honour to play for the biggest club in the world. I and other players want to achieve a 20th league title for United."

Park has been a top class winger for Manchester United, since move moved to Old Trafford from PSV Eindhoven in 2005. Competition for Park’s place next season will be rife, with new signing Ashley Young now competing with the South Korean, Nani and Antonio Valencia for the coveted spot.

It’s a problem that any club would be envious of, but Sir Alex Ferguson will have to make a decision over which players will be in the starting line up, and with Park Ji-Sung’s history of success with United, the stalwart will no doubt be a serious contender for a permanent position.

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