Giggs a beacon for the future
Ryan Giggs' gloriously successful career has been underpinned by an unyielding desire to keep on winning trophies.
The 34-year-old Welshman has never been one to rest on his achievements, preferring and United will be hoping his attitude and approach to staying at the very top of the football pyramid will filter down to the young players in the current squad.
Giggs has been around long enough to recognise the winning trait in players, and one look around the dressing room fills him with confidence that last season’s highs will not be his last.
“I think that’s the biggest challenge,” he said in an exclusive interview with Inside United
“To be fair, the young lads rose to the challenge of defending the Premier League title last season. For many of them that had been their first time as champions, and it’s much harder to defend it because everybody always wants to beat the best. They did that, and then went on to win the Champions League as well.”