Ryan Giggs celebrated an incredible 900 games for Manchester United with a dramatic late winner against Norwich City, and insisted there is still plenty more to come.
United had taken the lead at Carrow Road after Paul Scholes had nodded home, but were pegged back late on following a fine strike from Norwich frontman Grant Holt.
Manchester City's victory over Blackburn Rovers on Saturday evening had widened the gap at the top of the Premier League to five points, and it looked as though United would miss the opportunity to close the void to two once more.
But Giggs was on hand to ensure Sir Alex Ferguson's side claimed victory, expertly diverting home a cross from Ashley Young in stoppage time.
It was quite a way for the 38-year-old to cap off a staggering landmark, and the Welsh midfielder believes he still has plenty more to offer to the United cause.
"You've seen that from the celebrations right in front of the fans," Giggs told MUTV.
"And late on. It doesn't get any better than that. It's a feeling that won't change whether you're 17 or 38 like I am now.
"To play for such a great team, a great club and the team I've supported and grown up with, it's obviously special to play 900 games. I'll keep going and hopefully there's more goals to come."