Welshman, who overtook former defender Laurent Blanc with appearance, admits he will miss European games when he retires and looks forward to Manchester City clash in FA Cup
Ryan Giggs has revealed he was not aware that he broke yet another Manchester United record when he became the club's oldest outfield player in a European competition with his appearance in the victory over Chelsea on Tuesday.
The 37-year-old Welshman took the record from former United defender Laurent Blanc who had held the title since 2003.
Giggs proved his worth to United and showed that his age was not slowing him down by creating all three goals in the Champions League ties against the Blues.
He told The Sun: "I wasn't aware of this latest one. It will soon be forgotten.
"I am just pleased to be involved in performances like this one.
"The quarter-finals of the Champions League — you want to play in these games. And when you finish, these are the games that you are going to miss."
The veteran also admitted he enjoys the final part of the season as it is the most testing with important matches coming every week.
Giggs revealed that he and the United squad are eargerly anticipating their clash with bitter rivals Manchester City in the FA Cup semi-final and is hopeful of victory.
He added: "It is what you want at this stage of the season — big game after big game.
"You don't get many bigger than the semi-finals of the FA Cup at Wembley against City.
"We will be up for that and we can't wait."