How much of a boost could it be to have the Class of 92 lads staying at the club?
I think United will benefit from all the players, not just me, Ryan [Giggs], Scholesy and the lads who've come through because they've also done great with the guys who have come there. But Scholesy was coaching, Nev [Gary Neville] is doing an ambassadorial role, Coley [Andy Cole] too and it's great. You've got the club in your blood really. All my family are United fans and I've got the interests of thhe club at heart. People staying at the club like Ryan and Scholesy and coaching is only good, especially for the kids, because I remember when I was young. We had Brian Kidd and Nobby Stiles, and obviously the manager as well, but people like that - you've got a European Cup winner and a World Cup winner. You're thinking: 'Whatever you say, I'm going to do it whether it's right or wrong. I'm going to do it as you've been there and done it.' People look up to Giggsy, Scholesy and maybe myself, people like that, as we've done it. They can't say: 'What do you know?' Obviously, Ryan and Scholesy do know and it's a good thing if they can stay there.
Do you think some of you will make great managerial material?
Scholesy's doing his badges and was enjoying doing stuff with the Reserves. He was still joining in and playing but Giggsy is a natural manager in my eyes. I don't know when, next year or in five years, but I think he's got that ability, the way he is, to be a good manager. Scholesy's the same and could be a great manager or coach, whatever he wants to be. The thing is you don't know what you want to be until you try it. You'd never have thought Mark Hughes would be a manager and it's like myself, after I quit football, I thought I'd try TV but I didn't like it. If I didn't try it, I would never have known. Gary Neville, I felt was obviously certain to go straight into management