The Welshman substituted himself on during his side’s 3-1 win over Hull City on Tuesday and he has now hinted that he may choose to prolong his playing career
Ryan Giggs says he may choose to prolong his Manchester United playing career into next season and beyond.
It was reported on Thursday that Giggs still feels fit enough to play for another season, and will inform incoming boss Louis van Gaal of his decision in the near future.
And the Welshman, who is currently interim manager following the sacking of David Moyes, has now revealed that he still enjoys turning out for United, after substituting himself into the 3-1 win over Hull City on Tuesday.
Discussing whether he will stay on next season, the Welshman told MUTV: “I’ll take my time. I still enjoy training, I still enjoy playing.”
Giggs has overseen two wins and one defeat since taking the Old Trafford reins and, if he extends his career, will combine his playing role with a coaching job.
The 40-year-old has made become synonymous with the club since making his first-team breakthrough over 20 years ago.