Ryan Giggs wants to go around again for Manchester United next season.

The Welsh veteran, who made his United debut in March 1991 and has now played a club record 897 matches, intends to discuss a new deal shortly.

Giggs, 38, said: "We'll sit down soon but, at the moment, I feel good and want to carry on."

The midfielder has a glittering haul of honours from his 21-year playing career.

Boss Alex Ferguson said: "There has been no deterioration in his play so why shouldn't he stay?"