Giggs accepts limited action
Ryan Giggs is not getting frustrated despite his lack of first-team appearances at Manchester United so far this season.
Giggs needs one more outing in the Premier League to reach 600 matches in the competition. It could come against Wigan at Old Trafford on Saturday, chalking up another landmark in an outstanding career, which already sees him as the most decorated player in English football history, by far.
Yet Giggs' contribution so far this term has been limited to a single substitutes' appearance against Fulham on August 25 that lasted a mere nine minutes. It is not the kind of impact the veteran Welshman is used to making.
But Giggs said: "I am not frustrated. Playing less and less is something I'm used to, especially at the beginning of the season.
"It's a squad game and over the last four or five years I've played my share of games. You've just got to bide your time and when you get your chance take it."