BERG NOT MAKING LONG-TERM PLANS
By Thor Egil Skaug
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The Rovers defender, looking forward to facing former club Manchester United on Wednesday, is fearful that injury could curtail his ambitions to prolong his career.
"I have one year left on my contract with Blackburn and I will keep on playing for a few more years," he told Nettavisen.
"But there is no point in making long-term plans because I know there is always the possibility of getting injured.
"It will be special against United, of course, as it is the biggest game of the season.
"To me, it is extra special since I have played for the club.
"I haven't been in contact with my old team-mates, except for Ronny Johnsen."
Berg will not be the only former United man on show at Ewood Park in midweek as Keith Gillespie, Mark Hughes and John Curtis are also tipped to feature for Graeme Souness's side.