• New deal commits Evra to United until at least 2014
• 'I have won a lot in five years but I want to win more'
The Manchester United left-back Patrice Evra has signed a contract extension that will keep him at Old Trafford until 2014.
The 29-year-old has won three Premier League titles, a European Cup, and three League Cups with United – the last of which he lifted after captaining the team against Aston Villa last year.
"Ever since I arrived at United [in 2006], it's been a dream come true playing here," he said. "The fans, the players, the manager and the staff all work hard to make this club the best in the world.
"I have won a lot in the last five years, but I want to win more and I know that's the mentality of everyone here."
He has always been a popular figure amongst the United support and his occasional outbursts - he recently claimed Arsenal was a fabulous "football training centre", but mocked their inability to win trophies - have only reinforced that view.
His links to Monaco will make him a hate figure amongst the Marseille support when United head to the south of France for Wednesday's Champions League encounter against Didier Deschamps' men.
But Sir Alex Ferguson has no fears about Evra handling the abuse and, at a time when the most experienced members of his squad are beginning to end their careers, feels the defender's influence will become more apparent.
"Patrice is unquestionably one of the world's best left-backs," said the Scot. "He has developed into a key character in the dressing room and it is great that he has committed himself to the club.
"His experience and skill will be increasingly important to us."