Giggs joined David Moyesâ€™ new-look back-room staff over the summer.
Asked if he would like to manage Wales in the future beyond current chief Chris Coleman, he replied: "If youâ€™ve played for your country and then you go into management then yes, of course.
"Itâ€™s like when you are a player starting out. You want to play for the team you supported or youâ€™re at. I did that. You want to play for my country. I did that. And itâ€™s similar to being a manager.
"But Iâ€™m no fool. You canâ€™t just walk into a job because you had a career in the game. You have to be deserving of managing your country because itâ€™s a massive honour."
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