firmly in United's grasp, and Giggs feels there is enough quality and crucial know-how at Old Trafford to complete the mission.
"If we continue the good form and get the results, we'll be okay," he said.
"We've been in really good form and we've got players on the bench or not even getting on the bench who would walk into any other team. The squad we've got at the moment is really strong and we've got to keep that up until the end of the season.
"We've got enough experience in the squad but you never take anything for granted. We've just got to keep playing well. The strength of the squad should see us there if everyone stays fit. But you never know what happens. You've just got to concentrate and do our job."
With the Everton match safely done and dusted, Giggs allowed himself a glance at the next game on the horizon - Wednesday's trip to the Bernabeu as the UEFA Champions League resumes.
"It doesn't come any bigger than playing Real Madrid, it's a fantastic match. We'll look forward to that now."