"I won't let the bookings situation bother me. It is just another game and another chance to get to a Champions League final. I don't think of it being more important to get through because of what happened to me last time. It still feels the same as the semi-final was in 1999. We all want to get there and we all want to win it if we do.
"We never seem to do things the easy way, so there is probably more excitement to come. The goal we scored in the last minute of the first game certainly gave us a boost and I suppose there is a possibility it might disheartened Milan a little bit. I can't really see that happening though. It is going to be a very tough game. I just hope we can do a bit better than we did last time.
"It will help having been there before. We know what we are facing. What happened a couple of years ago was a big disappointment. But the likes of (Cristiano) Ronaldo and Rooney are a couple of years older now."
"Paul has to make sure he doesn't get booked. That's without question. You can't allow a player to go into the semi-final of the European Cup and say to him 'don't tackle'. If he stays on his feet and tackles properly, he won't have a problem. If he keeps his calm about the game he will be all right, I'm sure of it."