By Constantinos Akrivos - Posted: 11/29/13 06:28AM EST
Ryan Giggs has spent his entire career at Old Trafford and Manchester United, making 953 club appearances since his debut against Everton in 1991.
"I'm lucky that I have been at one club, where I am surrounded by good players and a good manager," he said. "It can be hard sometimes but I am still enjoying it. As long as that is the case I will carry on. I still want to do well in every game, want to win trophies and my focus needs to be on that."
Giggs, who has won 13 league titles, as much as Arsenal, is out of contract at the end of the season and although he already has taken some coaching duties he wants to continue to play despite becoming 40 today.
"If I'd moved from club to club I'd be finished by now," he added, probably having in his mind the fellow members of the 'Class of 92' David Beckham, Phil Neville and Nicky Butt.
Moreover Giggs has outlasted Gary Neville and Paul Scholes who both retired after spending their entire careers at Old Trafford.
"I look after myself and try to train every day in order to make myself available for selection," added Giggs. "I enjoy it as much as I can and, of course, try to contribute to the team."
The Welshman has helped United to win 13 Premier League titles, four FA Cups, four League Cups, two Champions League trophies, one Uefa Super Cup, one Intercontinental Cup and one Fifa Club World Cup plus nine Community Shields.
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