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England international confident Red Devils can win Premier League title

Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick has said he wants to remain at Old Trafford for the rest of his career.

The former Tottenham player's contract with the Red Devils is due to expire in 2012 and he revealed that discussions about a new deal have yet to take place.

However, the 29-year-old would be delighted to sign on for the rest of his playing days.

"I've had some unbelievable times here and, hopefully, will have many more. I love everything about being a United player," he told The People.

"Nothing has happened regarding talks as yet, but this is the place for me - it's a great club.”

The midfielder is delighted to be playing again after spending six weeks on the sidelines following an injection in his Achilles tendon.

"It's been a struggle, but as a player you have ups and downs,” he said.

Carrick believes that Manchester United will be boosted after Saturday’s stunning 7-1 win over Blackburn, which propelled them to the top of the Premier League table.

"We believe if we can hit top form then we have a great chance of winning the league."

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