Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson insists that he has never treated Dimitar Berbatov unfairly and says that the striker will be part of the team's pre-season tour.
The Red Devils will embark on a tour of South Africa, China, Norway and Sweden before the start of the 2012/13 campaign, with Berbatov a member of the group.
The Bulgarian has been heavily linked with a move out of Old Trafford this summer after falling down the pecking order last season.
Ferguson, though, insists that Berbatov is still part of his plans, hailing him as a "fantastic talent".
"Nothing has happened with Dimitar and he'll join the tour to South Africa and China," he told MUTV. "He's a fantastic footballer.
"It wasn't a great season for him last season, partly because I settled more with Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck... and Chicharito.
"I don't think I treated Dimitar unfairly but he can feel disappointed that he didn't get more football. He's a fantastic talent."