Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs admits he may not see any action in next week's Champions League final against Chelsea.

"I can't be sure I'll play," said a player who has started only 13 of Manchester United's 28 matches since the turn of the year.

"It's about the squad," said Giggs. "The squad won it in 1999, when Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer came on and scored the goals [against Bayern Munich]. The whole squad is together. And we'll need to be to beat a very good Chelsea team. We have a fit squad and the players will be kicking lumps out of each other over the next week to try to get into the team. We'll all be eager to get picked and to play well."

Giggs added: "You just have to come to terms with it.

"You can't sulk. You just have to try to prove to the manager that he should have started with you."