Manchester United player/manager Ryan Giggs has insisted that his future at the club has still not been decided.
As reported by the Daily Mail, the Manchester United legend has suggested that his only concern is on his side's trip to the St Mary's to take on Southampton this Sunday.
With Ryan Giggs out of contract at the end of the season and, at 40-years-old, it remains to be seen as to whether he will decide to carry on at The Theatre of Dreams.
Dutch coach Louis van Gaal is expected to take over as the permanent Manchester United boss, and it appears that duo will discuss Giggs' role at the club ahead of next season.
The Manchester United temporary boss told reporters: "I have not decided.
"I am too busy trying to prepare a team for Southampton and that is my priority at the moment.
'When the season ends I will go away and think about what I want to do next.
"I said five or six years ago that if my career ended tomorrow I would be happy so every year is a bonus.
"I still enjoy training and playing but I have really enjoyed the last couple of weeks so it has been a good experience to take me on to the next chapter of my life."
Giggs will be hoping to win his final game in charge of Manchester United against the Saints on Sunday, as the club look to end a disastrous season on a high.
The Red Devils can still secure a place in next year's Europa League, if they beat Southampton and Tottenham lose at home to Aston Villa.