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.
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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.