Manchester United veteran Ryan Giggs has backed new manager David Moyes to turn it around at the club, after it endured a difficult start to the season, the worst in more than two decades.
According to Metro.co.uk, despite the concerns over Moyes' management, stalwart Giggs insists the ex-Everton man will get it right.
Giggs said that the team had plenty of time to turn it around although it had not been a great start.
He said that the manager had been okay and he realises that we are not playing as well as we could, wanting to put it right, adding that he was sure that Moyes would.
Giggs also said that he had himself not played as well individually and also as a team the club had not done as well as it could.
Giggs will also play a key role in turning around the form, having joined Moyes on the United coaching staff, the report said.
Despite the 39-year-old still enjoying playing, he admits he is relishing the extra responsibility, the report added.
He said that as an experienced player one always tries and helps the younger players, and that's what he had been doing for the last five or six years, not making him feel additional pressure.