Fergie - Giggs not finished
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson believes Ryan Giggs can carry on for another season.
The veteran winger, 37, who has made just 10 appearances this term due to a hamstring injury, hinted on Saturday that this season could be his last at Old Trafford.
But Ferguson believes, such is Giggs' fitness, that there is another year left in the Welsh wizard.
However, he believes the situation is different for fellow veteran Gary Neville, who is again struggling with injury.
Ferguson told The People: "Ryan is unbelievable - he's 37 years of age but his fitness has not changed.
"I think there is another year in him. It is difficult to say at that age because they can hit the buffers just like that.
"Ryan will want to carry on because he knows he is fit enough.
"It is different with Gary. We will have to assess him. He has an injury again and it is difficult when you get injuries all the time in your 30s."