Manchester United winger Luis Nani says only God knows if he has a future at Old Trafford as Juventus are linked with a reported January transfer window move for his signature.
Nani has frequently been linked with a move to Juventus as his role as a Manchester United player becomes increasingly limited given Sir Alex Ferguson's preference to operate without wingers this season.
The Manchester United manager has adopted a diamond midfield formation this term following the summer acquisition of Shinji Kagawa and the emergence of Tom Cleverly.
Nani has only started five of Manchester United's 12 matches this campaign and says his future with the club he joined six ago lays in the hands of a higher being.
"Only God knows what awaits me," Nani told The Sun.
The Portuguese also refutes claims that his fitness has been an issue this season, and says that he remains ready to go when required by Ferguson.
“I am in perfect condition — I am physically good and feeling confident," he added.
“I am the same Nani as always.”
Nani signed for Manchester United from Sporting for a fee of £14 million and has scored 38 goals in 201 appearances during his time with club.