The 36-year-old winger has spent his entire career at Old Trafford but concedes his playing days will soon be at an end.
With an eye to the future, the Welsh wizard is currently taking his UEFA coaching badges.
He was linked with the vacant Wales post after previous boss John Toshack confirmed his resignation last month but ruled himself out of the race.
But he admits he would love to manage both United and Wales one day, although he accepts he will make to cut his managerial teeth away from Old Trafford before a possible return.
Giggs told The Sun: "I think I will probably finish my career here (at Old Trafford).
"I am at an age now where it is coming to an end pretty soon. I cannot see myself dropping down leagues and playing at a lesser level.
"If you do decide to go into management, for me the ultimate jobs are Wales and Manchester United, purely because I have played for my country and for the team I supported. Those two would be the best ones for me.
"If that was to happen I shouldn't think I'd be able to take over straight away. So if I was to go into management I would have to go elsewhere and be very successful - then come back."