London, Feb.4 (ANI): Manchester United coach Alex Ferguson still dances up and down like a child when the club notches up another victory, says French left-back Patrice Evra.
According to Evra, the 68-year-old Scot's voracious hunger for silverware is as keen as ever and he will not swap the adrenaline rush of triumph for anything until his dying breath.
The Sun quoted Evra as saying: "Sir Alex is a child. We saw it against Manchester City. He's so passionate. He was jumping up and down like a child after that game. You could be forgiven for thinking he'd never won a game before!
"At 70, he doesn't see himself taking it easy at home reading a book or watching TV. Personally I think that would bore him. I don't think he will call an end to his career. As long as he's strong he will carry on," Evra added.
"He will stay until his last breath," he said.
Evra was speaking after Manchester United's 3-1 victory at Arsenal on Sunday put them on course for an unprecedented fourth straight championship. (ANI)