Manchester United’s Ryan Giggs has admitted that he could retire from football at the end of this season.
The 35-year-old former Wales captain’s current deal with United expires at the end of the season and he is yet to open talks on a new contract.
United winger Giggs, who holds the club’s all-time appearance record, told The Sun: “I will keep playing as long as I enjoy it, I am fit and the manager wants me.
“If one of those three things stops, I will consider retiring. It could be at the end of this season.
“I am at the end of my contract in May,” said Giggs. “So we will see. At the minute there hasn’t been any contact with United.
“I am as fit as I ever have been. The only difference is recovering from the game.”
Giggs’ 28 winners medals include two Champions League victories, a record 10 Premier League championships and four FA Cup wins.
“Today, victories and titles make me happier than when I was younger,” he said. “Because I know that they could be my last.”
Giggs is the only United player to have played in all 10 Premier League-winning teams and the only player to have scored in 12 consecutive Champions League tournaments.