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Paul Scholes is unsure whether he will prolong his playing career leaving boss Sir Alex Ferguson facing a battle to convince him to extend his stay at Old Trafford.
The veteran midfielder made a surprise return at Manchester United at the beginning of the year, coming out of retirement on a short-term deal until the end of the season.
But manager Ferguson is desperate to convince the 37-year-old he can play beyond his current terms and stay until at least the end of the 2012-13 campaign - just like team-mate Ryan Giggs.
Giggs, 39, has pledged his future for one more year and Ferguson wants Scholes, who has scored four goals in 20 appearances since his January return against Manchester City, to follow suit.
The pair are set to hold talks after the conclusion to this year's captivating title race in which United go into the final day of the season needing a win at Sunderland and rivals City to lose against QPR in order to retain their crown.
So impressive has Scholes been since opting to abandon his duties as coach to United's reserve team - a role he was assigned after hanging up his boots at the end of last season - there have been calls for him to return to the England fold for Euro 2012.
The midfielder polled third in the voting for the Footballer of the Year award behind team-mate Wayne Rooney and winner Robin van Persie although it remains uncertain whether he will choose to carry on at the top.