"I'm just going to enjoy the season and see what happens after that," Giggs told the Independent. "I can't hide from the fact that I will be 35 later this year, but I try to look after myself and use my experience by playing different positions than I used to.
"I don't know what I am going to do when I finish playing, though. Bryan Robson has just taken the ambassadorial role, similar to Sir Bobby Charlton's role over the years. I've taken my coaching badges because I want to stay in the game in some capacity, be it coaching or managing, but I will have to start thinking about it a lot more seriously at some point. I am thinking ahead, but you can't predict the future. A lot of people just fall into jobs, so you can't predict what you are going to do."