Interim Manchester United manager Ryan Giggs will inform Louis van Gaal that he is hoping to remain on the playing staff for at least one more season.
The 40-year-old has featured in just 12 Premier League games this season as former manager David Moyes chose to install Giggs onto his first-team coaching staff.
Giggs was appointed Manchester United's interim manager until the end of the Premier League campaign after Moyes was dismissed from his role at the club.
The Welshman had been tipped to hang up his boots in the summer, however Goal believe Giggs is having second thoughts on announcing his retirement from the game.
Either way, Giggs is expected to remain at Old Trafford in some capacity next season as Van Gaal is keen to use the Manchester United favourite as a way to win over fans of the Premier League champions.
Giggs would be ending a hugely illustrious career if he was to call it a day. The midfielder is the Premier League's most decorated player - having won 13 league titles at Manchester United as well as four FA Cups and two Champions Leagues.