London, Feb 18 (ANI): Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has said the whole squad is playing so well at the moment that it is proving a nightmare to choose the final 11 and tell some of his stars that they are left out.Ferguson said: "Everyone has done so well that I'm beginning to dread picking the team. I feel guilty when I am forced to leave someone out who has not only done nothing wrong but who has played exceptionally well.""It puts the club in a strong position, of course, but it doesn't make the manager's job very easy," The Sun quoted him, as saying.
Fergie has a big seven days ahead of him, in which he has to pick three teams.
Tonight, they take on Fulham, then it is Blackburn at home on Saturday followed by a Champions League crunch in the San Siro against Inter Milan next Tuesday.
He will want to field his strongest team against the Italian champions, but right now he admits to not knowing what that is.
Fergie said: "People sometimes ask me what I consider to be my best side and the short answer is that I don't have one. I can give you my best 14 or 15 but, better than that, all I can say is that it's a squad game and we have a damn fine squad. In fact the best!"
The Club World Cup is in the bag and Manchester United have a date at Wembley against Tottenham in the Carling Cup final on March 1.
Victory over Derby on Sunday booked them a trip to Swansea or Fulham in the FA Cup last eight.
And, tonight, they can go five points clear of nearest Premier League rivals Liverpool in their long-awaited game in hand. (ANI)