"The manager is excited every time United go out and play, because of the players we've got," Giggs told the Mirror. "He has still got the desire and he has still got his health, so why would he want to stop?
"You can see he still really enjoys it, so he won't pack it in. If things stay as they are I think he will carry on for a few more years.
"The enthusiasm of the younger players rubs off on the manager and on us older players. Training with them makes you a better player because they are among the best in the world."