Hull City boss Steve Bruce sees former Manchester United teammate Ryan Giggs entering coaching.

Bruce claims Giggs would be wise to stay at Old Trafford and learn the ropes from Sir Alex Ferguson.

"Whatever he turns his hand to he'll be a success," he told talkSPORT. "I wouldn't be surprised if he wants to get into management.

"I think he'll join Sir Alex Ferguson's back-room staff and learn his craft there. I can see him giving it a crack and seeing where it takes him.

"He's someone who just adores the game. You saw when he came on [against Real Madrid] and played the last thirty minutes. He's 39 years old and was smashing into tackles. Anything he turns his hand to he'll be a success at."