By Michael Wade

Teddy Sheringham is still holding out hope that Man United can snatch the Premier League title from under Man City’s noses.

Exclusive - Sheringham warns Man City: Title isn't won yet

Sir Alex Ferguson’s side held an eight-point lead over their noisy neighbours at the beginning of April, but a shock loss of form, including defeat in the Manchester derby, has seen Roberto Mancini’s side recover to overtake United.

But Sheringham, part of the legendary United side of 1999 which scored twice in added time to defeat Bayern Munich and win the Champions League, has told talkSPORT not to write off the Red Devils.

“Who knows,” he said. “QPR need to get a result to make sure that they are safe. Bolton could quite easily go to Stoke and win and overtake QPR, so they have to have the mindset to go to Man City and try to get a draw.

“Mark Hughes is the manager and he won’t want to see Man City lift the title in front of his very own eyes. He’ll be fighting very hard for QPR to get a result so we’ll keep our fingers crossed that there might be one more little twist in the tale.”