Ryan Giggs on managing: 'I've not even spoken to anyone'

Former Manchester United winger Ryan Giggs has insisted he does not want to rush into management.
The 43-year-old has been unemployed for a year since leaving Old Trafford following Jose Mourinho's appointment as manager.
He has been linked with manager's jobs at Swansea, who eventually appointed Paul Clement, and Southampton, who have sacked Claude Puel.
But Giggs, who attended Royal Ascot on Wednesday, says he is happy to wait for the right opportunity.
"I'm getting linked with everyone at the moment and I've not even spoken to anyone. That's football," he told ITV.
"I'm happy with life at the moment and in the future we'll see what happens. But I'm enjoying life at the moment."
Giggs, United's record appearance holder, has made no secret of his desire to become a manager after serving as Louis van Gaal's assistant for two years before Mourinho's arrival.
He had a taste of the role in 2014 when he took over for the final four games of the season following David Moyes' dismissal, winning two, drawing one and losing one.