He is adamant he will not make the same mistake as team-mate Paul Scholes - who retired last summer only to make a dramatic comeback in January.
Giggs said: "It's nice to have played 900 games for Manchester United - that's special.
"But I don't look too far into the future - I just try and enjoy the moment and do my best.
"If it's to be 10 more games then so be it. If it's to be 100 more games then that would be great."