Berba admires United trio
Dimitar Berbatov has revealed his admiration for team-mates Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes and Gary Neville.
The Manchester United striker has been in hot form for the Red Devils so far this season, scoring seven goals for Sir Alex Ferguson's side.
And, the Bulgaria international claims to have learned a great deal during his time at Old Trafford from the veteran stars, although he doesn't expect to emulate them.
When asked whether he could still see himself playing in five years, he told the club's official website: "Me? At 35? No way!
"Seriously, though, everyone is different and you have to know your body is giving you the signals to stop.
"Having been here for two seasons, I know why Giggs, Scholes, Neville have been here for so long and why they are still playing.
"Here they have the facilities and the coaching staff who know how to prepare you.
"Obviously you need to focus on the football and when you go home, you have to be professional and know how to live your life.
"I see all these things in these three guys, especially.
"They are still playing at the highest level, so I think to myself, 'Can I do that?' If not, then at least try to see how long I can play for.
"But when your body tells you, that's when you have to stop and not make a fool of yourself."