The legendary No.11 has been wearing the famous red shirt for 21 years, but at the age of 38, he is contemplating finding 'the next best thing'.
Giggs, who has won 25 major honours during his career, including 12 Premier League winners' medals says he is now thinking about his next career step.
He told Tthe Telegraph: "When I do finish playing, I'll try to find the next best thing. Management does interest me. The nearer I get to finishing, the more I think about it.
"All I can do is prepare myself as best I can for when I do finish.
"I've been doing my coaching courses with Nev (Gary Neville) - levels one two, A-Licence. We're starting the Pro-Licence next year."
Meanwhile, the Welshman admits this might be his last season at Old Trafford, saying: "It could be, yes. I'm a similar mindset that I've been for the past couple of years: evaluate after Christmas, see how I feel, see what the manager thinks.
"If I'm not enjoying it, if I'm not contributing like I have done in the last couple of years then I'll finish. I'm 39 in November.
"I'm not worried by it (retirement). It's been coming for a couple of years. But I'm still enjoying it. I still feel I'm contributing to the team."
Giggs insists he has learned a great deal from manager Sir Alex Ferguson and when asked what his teams may look like in the future, he added: "I'd like a few wingers in there - I've learnt from the master here.
"It all comes from the manager. You see him joking with all the staff in canteen. He knows every schoolboy's name who comes in during the holidays, every apprentice's name.
"It still fascinates me how he still does that.''