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Sir Alex Ferguson insists Carlos Tevez's form this season has not left him contemplating what could have been.
The Manchester United boss did all he could over the summer to convince the Argentina international to pen a permanent deal at Old Trafford, but his efforts fell on deaf ears.
Tevez made it clear that, after two years on loan at United, he was looking to take on a fresh challenge at a club who could guarantee him regular first-team football.
That team happened to be Manchester City, with the ambitious Blues digging deep to snatch the 25-year-old away from their cross-city neighbours.
It appears to have been money well spent, with Tevez settling quickly into life at Eastlands.
He already has 15 goals to his name in all competitions this season, but Ferguson insists he has no regrets about seeing the South American star slip through his net.
"What Tevez is doing now is not an issue for me," he said.
"We made a pitch, he didn't take it, and he went to City. It's no problem for us, we have moved on.
"It's not the end of the world for us. He's done well and so be it, but I've got no issues about it."
While Ferguson insists life goes on without Tevez, the Argentine's new team-mates feel he has quickly become an invaluable asset for City.
Midfield enforcer Nigel de Jong has been impressed by Tevez's impact at Eastlands and feels he is more important to their plans than Wayne Rooney is to United's.
He said: "It isn't just about the goals he is scoring at the moment. Even before that his work rate and determination for the team made him a special player for us.
"Now the goals have started to come, I'd have to say that he's the best forward in the league at the moment.
"Rooney is a fantastic player as well but, for me, Carlos has the edge.
"I know people will think I have to say that because he is a team-mate but Carlos is on fire at the moment. I wouldn't swap him for anyone else."
Support Fergies stance. No one player should demand (guaranteed) first team football. Letting off Tevez was the best decesion. The player was turning to be greedy when he is not the best striker. Time will tell, the chap will falter soon (goals will dry up).
Posted 07:52 20th January 2010
Tevez iz a brilliant player and should have stayed with man u. Ferguson knows he has got a strong work rate and I feel he still does regret not keeping him at old Trafford.
Posted 16:55 18th January 2010
Tevez will score goals in any team he's in because of the player he is. What City haven't realised yet is that he can't play 100 miles an hour, 90 mins, every week. That's why Man Utd used him as an impact player. City are relying on him too much though now, and while his doing good at the moment, it won't last all season. If they try he'll end up on the treatment room bench. Adebayor scored at the start of the season, now it's Tevez. But in between both went missing and City didn't win. They need to build a 'team' rather than pin all their hopes on the star of the moment.
Posted 09:45 18th January 2010
Man U said that Tevez wasnt worth the money... when the facts are that Man U didnt have the money to buy him. They are up to their big heads in debt. Had it been a League one team then they would have been put in to adminstration and docked 10 points
Posted 19:29 17th January 2010
No matter what anyone says, Tevez was and still is good enough to be in the start XI at United. He's a better striker than Berbatov any day - he gives 200% each game and its unfortunate he left on such circumstances.
Posted 18:55 17th January 2010
Sir Alex Ferguson we need Carlos Tevez admit it. We need to spend our money on him or another very good player like him.
Posted 18:24 17th January 2010
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