The save from Dietmar Hamann against Liverpool was out of this world. Could that be the best save of your career?
It was a good save. I was very happy with it but it was more spectacular than technically perfect. I've made better stops but that one was pretty dramatic. Obviously, it came at an important time in the game because it could have been 2-2. I've made technically better ones, though. Two stand-outs are a save in the World Cup final against Brazil and one against Italy in the European Championship, when Alessandro Del Piero went through one-on-one in added time and I managed to keep him out. As a goalkeeper, it's part of your job to make saves so I don't really like to go on about it. It's just something I should be doing.
United are well covered in the goalkeeping department now. Can you describe the different styles and attributes of Ricardo and Roy Carroll?
I think Roy's really come on in the last two years - in various aspects of his game - his positioning, how he comes out to catch the ball, even down to his kicking. When he's been called upon, he's proved he has what it takes to perform in the important matches. On the other hand, Ricardo's style is different. He's more of a dynamic, explosive type of player - very different to Roy's style of play. I think one of the reasons we're making so much progress is because the three of us are working well together. They are both great people to work with. We work very hard in training but can also have a laugh together, which helps.
Will you see out your career with United?
I can certainly see myself staying until the end of my contract. I don't really have any plans after I've finished playing. You have enough time to think about the future in the future - I'm getting as much as I can out of the present.
You played up front in the Singapore pre-season friendly in 2001. Are you a frustrated outfield