Alex Ferguson says the drive for five trophies is still on but even if Manchester United clinch the historic sweep this season he won't retire.
In an exclusive interview, the Old Trafford boss has told CNN that he won't quit for another "two or three years" and he continues to be motivated by the quest for European success.
Manchester United's bid to claim a third Champions League title under Ferguson suffered a setback on Tuesday when they were held to a two-all draw by Porto at Old Trafford.
It was a surprisingly good performance by the Portuguese club and makes them favorites to go through to the semi-finals.
However, Ferguson believes his side can become the first English team to win in Porto and keep their quintuple quest on track. Read full article »