The Old Trafford midfielder would not be drawn on speculation he could one day take the reins at his favourite club, Oldham Athletic.
The former-England star has supported the club since he was a boy growing up in north Manchester, and reportedly almost decided to play for them before retiring in 2011.
Scholes returned to Manchester United in January 2012, but the 37-year-old responded positively when asked about one day managing Oldham.
When asked by a fan 'would you ever manage Oldham Athletic?', Scholes said: "It's quite difficult to say. I don't know what will happen when I stop playing and Oldham have a manager.
"But I love Oldham and it's the first result I look out for every week. I take my lad to watch them whenever I can."
The Manchester United midfielder picks Oldham forward Frankie Bunn as his favourite ever player, and Scholes selected another ex-Latic, Stuart Balmer, to play in defence in his all-time favourite XI.
During his brief retirement, Scholes spent time working with the Manchester United youth team, and another ex-Old Trafford midfielder has recently started doing the same.
Former-United and England midfielder Nicky Butt has recently rejoined United to help with coaching the club's reserve team.