“Ryan Giggs won't have experienced this before but if anyone knows the Manchester United way, he's probably the only player who was there at the very start with Sir Alex Ferguson. He's taken his coaching badges and obviously wants to be a manager. The days of somebody going from being a player into a big job like that has changed but Giggs, what a great player, knows the club inside out, and if there was any player you were going to look at to take over it would be Ryan Giggs. If he has a great end to the season, who knows? But I imagine they'd bring another manager in and try to keep Ryan Giggs as part of the coaching structure. People will say he (Moyes) wasn't up to the job and these seven or eight months have been terrible for him. But he did a great job at Everton, he did a great job at Preston and he'll come back as a manager. He will get a job somewhere. He may go abroad or get a job in the Premier League but I'm sure he'll come back.”