Giggs, 36, has continued to play a key role for his club despite his advancing years. His name was thrown into the hat recently when John Toshack resigned as national manager but this link was swiftly quashed by Sir Alex Ferguson.
The midfielder confirmed he had no plans to enter the dugout while still putting on his boots for the Red Devils.
He said: "I am playing for Manchester United and am fully focused on that.
"I just don't think you can do the two, especially at a club like United.
"I know Mark Hughes did them but it is a little bit different when you are playing Champions League."
He added: "One day I would like to do it but I didn't think about it this time.
"Before I get any job I want to get all the necessary qualifications, I wouldn't take a job until I had them.
"I am halfway through my Uefa 'A' Licence at the moment, the idea being that I will be ready for it when I do finish."