Both men have shared the No.1 spot for the Red Devils this season, with each keeper making two Premier League appearances so far in 2012-13.
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He told Sky Sports: "That's the policy we've adopted this season and last season, although De Gea played most of last season after Lindegaard was injured. I'm comfortable with this situation.
"Alternating isn't a problem for me. They're both equally very good goalkeepers.
"The most important thing I'm trying to do is give both of them experience in the English game - neither is as experienced as Edwin van der Sar or Peter Schmeichel."