Giggs' four-match spell in charge of United ends on Sunday when he takes his team to Southampton.
When asked whether his short reign had given him more of an appetite for a career in management, Giggs said: "Yes.
"Sometimes you probably think I could do without it and other times it gives you so much pleasure.
"After the (Sunderland) game you probably think you could do without it, but you probably learn more from defeat and not doing so well just like when you are a player.
"I have enjoyed the whole experience. You get a satisfaction when everything goes right, although when you lose you are angry and disappointed.
"But it has definitely helped me prepare for what will come after my playing career."
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