Park wants to retire at United

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Manchester United midfielder Ji-Sung Park is looking to see out his career with the Red Devils.

Despite a reduced role this season, the Korean international has reaffirmed his commitment to stay at Old Trafford and end his career in Manchester.

Park has made 28 appearances for United this season, but the majority of those have come off the bench. Even so, the 31-year-old wants to stay at United and is keen to help the club recover from the disappointment of this year's Premier League campaign.

The Korean is quoted on as saying: "It was a disappointing end to the season, both for the team and me personally, but the past is the past and we must look forward."

Park's contract expires at the end of next season but the United winger is just focusing on winning back the title from their City rivals next year.

"I'll focus on what to do from now on. It's true that I want to retire at United, but it does not depend on me," said Park.

Manchester United have already let one high-profile player's contract expire, as Michael Owen has been released from the club, but Park will be hoping the same will not be happening to him.

The former-PSV player barely featured in the second half of the season, as Sir Alex Ferguson instead preferred Ashley Young, Antonio Valencia and Nani. However, the Korean did start in United's 1-0 defeat to Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium.

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