Manchester United temporary manager Ryan Giggs has confirmed that he could still play for the club this season.
As reported by The Telegraph, the Welshman - who is 40-years-old - has insisted that he's still available for games and even jokes that he's handed himself a new five year deal.
Giggs will be in charge for Manchester United's final four Premier League games of the season - starting with the Old Trafford clash against Norwich City tomorrow evening.
The Red Devils will be desperate to secure all three points against the Canaries as Giggs leads the side out for the first time, however it remains to be seen as to whether he will take to the pitch.
Speaking in his pre-match press conference, the Manchester United legend joked: “I’ve just given myself a five-year contract.
“I’m not sure what will happen yet, but I am still a player, so I will be available for the games. As for whether I will wear a suit or a tracksuit tomorrow, I haven’t decided yet!”
Manchester United - currently sitting in seventh place - will be hoping to win their final four games of the season as they look to climb the league table.
The Red Devils can still secure qualification for the Europa League ahead of next season and United fans will be hoping to end the campaign on a high.