The Portuguese ace struggled for first-team action last season and that has kicked off speculation suggesting he could move on to pastures new this summer.
However, Nani is ready to battle for his place in the Reds line up and has blasted suggestions he could be sold.
“My future is at Manchester United, of course,” he told the Portuguese press. “It is a privilege to be at a club like this. I won one more title (last season) and I am very happy to have won it for these two consecutive years.
“I was born to play football and I feel fine, although I did not play much. I will not leave Manchester United, nor will I be loaned out. I will see out my contract.”
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin praised his side's 'fighting spirit' after they came back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Stevenage at Vale Park.
Garry Monk had every reason to have a wide smile on his face after guiding Birmingham to a vital 3-0 Championship home win over below-par Hull.
Lee Johnson was delighted for Milan Djuric after the striker's 64th minute goal boosted Bristol City's Sky Bet Championship play-off bid.
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder was left frustrated with his team's quality in the final third after they drew 0-0 against Nottingham Forest.
Mark Robins praised his players resilience as Coventry's game management counted in a hard-fought victory at Crewe.
Gary Bowyer admitted he was glad to see the back of Southend goalkeeper Mark Oxley after he frustrated Blackpool once more.
Plymouth playmaker Graham Carey converted an 85th-minute penalty as Argyle soared back into the League One play-off race with a 3-2 win over Westcountry rivals
James Maddison's 14th goal of the season helped Norwich get back to winnings way with a well deserved 3-2 victory that piled the pressure on Jaap Stam's Reading