London: Manchester United interim manager Ryan Giggs has reportedly admitted that Netherlands boss Louis van Gaal, who is the favourite to become the club's new manager, has got a 'fantastic pedigree' after winning the league in three different countries.
Giggs, who has also hinted that his future may lie away from United, said that Van Gaal has got a brilliant reputation and is a successful manager in different companies, adding that the Dutchman has taken Holland to the World Cup.
According to the Guardian, despite being linked with a full-time job with United after leading the club to last Saturday's 4-0 win against Norwich City, Giggs has insisted that he is not sure about his future at the club and would decide it at the end of the campaign.
Giggs said that he has got to decide if he wants to play at United or not, so there is not point of him thinking about being Van Gaal's assistant or if he wants to be a manager somewhere else.
Giggs also said that he has got so many things to think about, adding that the way he is thinking is that he is enjoying it and he is currently focusing on United's remaining two Premier League clashes before he considers his future at the end of the season.
Van Gaal has proven himself to be a success while managing Ajax and AZ Alkmaar in his homeland, Barcelona in Spain, and with Bayern Munich in Germany, claiming championships with all the four clubs, plus the Champions League and UEFA Cup at Ajax, the report added.