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Michael Carrick
Michael Carrick has said he wants to remain at Old Trafford for the rest of his career. Despite intense speculation of an imminent departure, Carrick expressed his love of United and his desire to remain a Red Devil. However, in the end of the day – it’s not up to him…

Most of Carrick’s 16 appearances for The Reds this season have been criticised for his slow reaction speed and being dispossessed too easily. However, the 29-year-old England International has put in some good shifts for United this campaign, but is yet to get on the scoresheet.

With Chelsea’s Frank Lampard scoring 27 goals for his club last season, many fans expressed their frustration with the lack of midfield goals – especially from Michael Carrick, who only managed 5 goals in just 6 games less played than Lampard.

However, Carrick continues to make the first team every second game or so, and says he wants to remain at The Theatre Of Dreams. “This is the place for me – it’s a great club. I’ve had some unbelievable times here and, hopefully, will have many more. I love everything about being a United player.”

“It’s been a struggle, but as a player you have ups and downs. We believe if we can hit top form then we have a great chance of winning the league.” the former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder told The People

Carrick’s current contract lasts until summer 2012, he also revealed talks over a new deal had not begun. 

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