Giggs still has regrets about his final season as a player at Old Trafford but has none about stepping into the manager's position, albeit briefly.
"It's been a difficult year playing-wise, (I've) not enjoyed the results and the playing so have I contributed? Not as much as I have done previously," said the former Wales winger.
"If I'd have retired last year I'd have gone out on a high: it was the 20th title and everything would have been rosy, but life isn't like that.
"I took the manager's job without hesitation because who turns the chance of managing Manchester United down?"
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