Giggs could carry on
Ryan Giggs says he is enjoying his football "more than ever" and will sit down with the club in the coming weeks to discuss his future.
The 38-year-old produced yet another vintage display in the 5-0 victory at Fulham and kept up his incredible record of finding the net in every top-flight season he has been involved in, 22 in all. For the last few years Giggs has opted to assess his future each season and with his current one-year deal set to expire in the summer says he will do the same again in the near future.
"It's almost that time when I'll sit down with the manager and see what his plans are [for the future] and I'll see how I'm feeling," Ryan told ManUtd.com. "At the moment I feel really good and I'm enjoying things more than ever. We'll just have to wait and see."
Giggs was in top form at Craven Cottage on Wednesday night, pulling the strings alongside Michael Carrick in the centre of the park.
"I love playing there. I've made no secret of that and it's probably my preferred position now," he added. "I said the other night it's a joy for me and Michael to play in midfield when you've got the movement in front of you like we had at Fulham.
"It makes our job so much easier when you've got three or four players making great runs when you're on the ball."