While Giggs reached double figures in terms of titles won five years ago, he now shares a dressing room with several players cherishing their first winner’s medal – and the winger sees that blend of experiences as a key factor in United's era of dominance.
“That's the key to the manager's success,” he said. “The way he evolves, never stands still, always looks forward and that shows with the amount of young players that we've got in the team; exciting players and players who are going to be here for a long time and carry on that tradition of competing for trophies.”
Having wrenched the title back from local rivals Manchester City – especially after the manner of last season’s dethronement – Giggs lauded the Reds’ achievement, admitting: “It's obviously special. When you lose it in the manner that we did last year, to win it back is something special - especially putting on a show with the way we played tonight. We did it in style, so it's really pleasing.