Giggs has ambitions to enter management once he retires.
He told the Mail on Sunday: "Weâ€™ve talked about it on the pro licence course, that ideally you want to get that bit of experience, two or three years on the pitch coaching, organising. Thatâ€™s your apprenticeship. Now that might not happen. I might finish and get offered a decent managerâ€™s job."