United have an intimidating fixture list ahead of them this month, with their rescheduled Premier League fixture against Liverpool meaning three games in the space of five days.
The game has been postponed due to the mass anti-Glazer protest outside Old Trafford on Sunday, with United in action for the first time since that protest tonight against Roma – for the second leg of their Europa League semi-final .
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side are 6-2 ahead on aggregate, but the United boss may still be hesitant to rest Fernandes, who has made 60 appearances for club and country since the start of the season.
Speaking to United’s internal media ahead of the return leg against Roma, Fernandes dismissed the idea that he would ever feel tired.
He said: “For me the most important [thing] is playing. When the coach wants me, it’s important to know I’m ready to play every game, every minute.
“I will never say that I am [too] tired of playing because it’s my dream. I will never be tired of playing. When I was a kid, I played maybe seven or eight hours a day. So playing 90 minutes every three or two days isn’t enough for me. ”
Fernandes is also keen to reach a first United Nations grand final, with Solskjaer’s men in pole position to reach the Europa League centerpiece in Gdansk.
“It’s really important,” added the 26-year-old. “A sign of the improvement of the team and it is a sign that we are growing as a team.
“So keep your head focused on what we need to do and what we need to accomplish at the end of the season. When we come for the next one, we have time to think about what we can do and what we can improve, still improve.
“We have many games to play and the team must end the season well. We have big games ahead and I think the team are determined to do their best to end the season in the best way.