The Portuguese international's future has been in doubt ever since United's reported offer of a wage increase to £90,000 per week was turned down by his advisors, leading to a stalemate between both parties that remained unresolved while the 25-year-old was on international duty at Euro 2012.
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However, the former Sporting Lisbon man has revealed that his agent has resumed talks with the club over a new deal, while also making it clear that he is happy with the Red Devils.
"We will see," he told the Times of India when asked about his future with the Old Trafford club.
"I am very happy at Man United and have been there five years and won every title.
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Nani also revealed for the first time his disappointment at losing out on the Premier League title to rivals Manchester City during the dying moments of the final day of last season.
"That's football - you are always going to suffer disappointments and you just have to deal with them," he conceded.
"Football is like life and so there will be times when you suffer a big disappointment.
"It hurt to miss the league title in the last minutes, City had incredible luck that day. Hopefully next season is our turn and it's up to us to make that happen."