Giggs hungrier than ever

Manchester United stalwart Ryan Giggs insists he is as hungry as ever to help the Red Devils win silverware this season.
The 36-year-old has no less than 28 domestic trophies during his illustrious with the Premier League giants.
Despite being at the back end of his career, the Welshman has no plans to lower his standards and settle for second best.
United's run of consecutive Premier League titles came to an end last season and Giggs is eager to finish top of the pile again.
"There is always that hunger, even if you are defending things," said Giggs.
"But there is probably that added bit of determination because you don't want to go through another summer like this one again where we did not win the league.
"When you do not win the league, it is always hard.
"Now the challenge is there for us again. We do have to improve but if the squad stays fit and we get a bit of luck, we always fancy ourselves."
Sir Alex Ferguson has been astute in the transfer market this summer and Giggs believes Javier Hernandez could be the find of the season.
The Mexico international has impressed for his new team in pre-season with a string of well-taken goals, something Giggs has noted.
"Javier has the extra quality that makes a difference," he continued.
"Towards the end of last season we needed that player who could come off the bench and change a game.
"Now we have strengthened and hopefully that will give us an edge.
"Javier is a goal-poacher. His overall movement and ability to find space is really good.
"Hopefully he can get a lot of goals this year. He has started pre-season really well and I am sure he will be a great player for us."