London, Feb 27 (ANI): The world's fastest man Usain Bolt has said that his Manchester United heroes are on the fast track to Carling Cup final glory.
"I want to be celebrating at the end," he said. But the Jamaican admits his Red Devil worship has left him feeling frustrated this season.
"When it comes to January normally we play superbly all the way to the end. This time it's been up and down. We haven't found that right XI which blends together, although there have been injuries," The Sun quoted Bolt, as saying.
Bolt says he was jolted last weekend after Alex Ferguson's men capitulated at Everton, especially as he was up before 8 a.m. to watch.
Then he was late for training on Tuesday because he was watching United's Premier League victory over West Ham.
The Olympic, world champion and double world record holder over 100m and 200m may be supremely confident about his ability to beat the opposition in his own sport - but he does not have quite the same faith in United at the moment.
"Whenever Michael Carrick and Darren Fletcher are together in midfield, I feel much better. I also prefer two up front rather than Wayne Rooney on his own - even though he has done very well in that role this season," Bolt said. (ANI)