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Ryan Giggs says he is relishing Manchester United’s first season under David Moyes and is confident the club can continue their run of success.
The Red Devils are currently making plans for their first season in over two decades without Sir Alex Ferguson, after the veteran Scot’s retirement from management following a reign that saw him rack up 38 trophies during his time in charge, including winning the Premier League last term.
Ferguson’s compatriot, Moyes, is the man who has been chosen to take over the Old Trafford hot seat and despite him transforming Everton from relegation strugglers to European contenders, his inability to win a major trophy with the Toffees means he still has plenty to prove.
Having signed a new deal last season, Giggs is now preparing for his 24th campaign with the Red Devils and his new manager is sure to try and use the midfielder’s huge experience as he looks to settle in at the club.
Manchester United have a difficult opening to their league campaign, with fixtures against both Chelsea and Liverpool in August, before travelling to local rivals Manchester City in September.
It looks like it could be a sticky start to life at Old Trafford for Moyes but 39-year-old Giggs believes that with so much talent and experience at the club, the squad is more than capable of carrying on their recent success.
“I think it is a challenge and as a player you always want challenges,” Giggs said. “First and foremost, there are great players there and we have just won the league, so everything is in place for it to carry it on.”