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The England boss has since questioned Liverpool's approach towards player recovery, a view for which he has been branded by fitness coach Raymond Verheijen a "dinosaur", but Giggs feels that Sterling may have made the right call in being cautious.
"It's tough when you're a young player," Giggs told Sky Sports News. "He's an explosive player, he's a player who is exciting, a player you would pay and go and watch.
"Unfortunately, he's at Liverpool, who are our biggest rivals, but he's a talented player and you have got to be careful when you're a young player. It's a short career and you have to look towards the future.
"Speaking from my own experience, I wanted to train every day, I wanted to play every day and I'm sure he's no different."
Sterling came off the bench in the second half as England won 1-0 in Tallinn.
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