He told Sky Sports he was confident about taking his penalty in the shoot-out, but still believes the 1999 final was more dramatic.
"I don't think you can beat '99," Giggs said. "Penalties can be a lottery. It's how close the teams have been all season."
Giggs said it was a proud moment to beat Sir Bobby Charlton's appearance record for United, especially on a night of Champions League glory.
"It is a proud achievement for myself and my family," he said.
"But in the end it's all about winning trophies."