Paul Scholes has insisted that he is "not bothered" about being left out of Roy Keane's dream Manchester United teammates XI.
Legendary United captain Keane snubbed Scholes and Ryan Giggs when he named his side in 2013 for an ITV documentary alongside enemy Patrick Vieira.
Former Arsenal skipper Vieira stood up for the Scholes at the time by admitting he was the only Keane selection he disagreed with.
The Frenchman said: "Scholes, no doubt about it, I think Scholes, for me, was the best English player and one of the best United players that I played against. He can do everything."
Keane explained his controversial decisions by saying: "Having a great career doesn't mean you are a great player - there's a big difference. I'm not saying Giggsy wasn't (great), but do I leave out Ronaldo, one of the world's great players? Do I leave Becks out?"
"You don't win titles by having choirboys in your dressing room.
"Did Beckham challenge the manager? And it doesn't mean you are challenging the manager if you marry a certain woman - far from it."
On a recent edition of Manchester United's official podcast, Scholes was quizzed about his feelings of being left out by famously hot headed Keane - with Paul Ince included in his place.
Scholes said: "When people name teams, it's a matter of opinion.
"Me and [David] Maysy could sit here all day and pick 10 different teams, the amount of brilliant players that played here, so I wasn't bothered by it. I'm still not bothered by it."
Keane and academy graduate Scholes were main stays of Sir Alex Ferguson's incredible Red Devils sides in the 1990s.
The pair won seven Premier League titles together, along with four FA Cup and a Champions League, before the Irishman moved to Celtic in 2005.
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