Manchester United star Anders Lindegaard admits he is one of the many players at Old Trafford benefitting from Sir Alex Ferguson's rotation policy.

The Danish international has been regularly rotated with Manchester United number one David De Gea this season, and the 27-year-old concedes it is part and parcel of playing for one of the biggest clubs in the world.

The former Aalesund custodian has kept five clean-sheets in his last five appearances for Manchester United and his form is evidently reminding Sir Alex Ferguson of the 6ft 4inch stopper's quality particularly given some of the less than convincing displays by the aforementioned precocious young Spaniard.

While pleased with his form, the Manchester United star believes rotation will always be utilised by Ferguson and it is something he is more than comfortable with.

"Every position has two world-class players and the manger is not afraid of using the whole squad," The Manchester United goalkeeper told the club's official website.

"I am one of the players who is very glad he is doing it like that.

"As I have said before, in 10 matches nobody will remember any of the saves; they will remember the stats.

"I have played five games in a row without letting a goal in. That is a very beautiful stat and I am very happy with that."

The Dane moved to Manchester United in November 2010 and has since played a peripheral role at Old Trafford, but following the retirement of Edwin Van der Sar, the 27-year-old has found himself used more often alongside youngster David De Gea, who remains likely to be retained for United's biggest games.