An inner spark that continues to drive him and ensure his competitive streak is back on view at Arsenal should his only club boss decide Giggs is required.
"We want to make sure we apply ourselves in the right way," said Giggs. "Champions League places are at stake. Relegation. Europe.
"That is also important. We want to be fair to the other teams favours in that position."
There are also records to aim for, including that Premier League best tally of 95 points Chelsea posted in 2005.
"The aim is to get as many points as we can, then hopefully we can get the record," said Giggs. "It won't be easy because we have some tough games coming up.
"We always want to win games. The manager makes sure of that.
"If we don't perform he won't be happy, whether we have won the league or not.
"We want to go off in the summer knowing we have had a good end to the season."