The Welshman says little has changed at Old Trafford following the 50-year-old's arrival, while praising the Scot's predecessor for turning him into the player he is today
The former Everton boss replaced the veteran Scot in the summer, and, after enduring a rough start to the season, has overseen 12 successive games unbeaten – including a win over league leaders Arsenal.
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When asked if there are big differences between the two coaches' styles, Giggs told Absolute Radio: “No, not really. I think they're both quite similar.
“Of course the manager's come in to the champions, he doesn't want to change too much but he's going to want to put his own stamp on it.
“I think slowly over time, it will probably change a little, but at the moment, not a lot's changed.”
Giggs was full of praise for Sir Alex, who he played under throughout his Manchester United career, and says it was the Scot who played the biggest role in his illustrious career.
“The manager obviously really looked after me, especially in my career and wanted me to do well and wanted me to go on and fulfil my potential,” added the Welshman.
“So the manager's probably the biggest influence on my career, so I'm obviously grateful for the way he handled me.”