The United legend scored the only goal in the 1-0 win over West Ham at the weekend which meant he had scored in all 17 Premier League seasons, the only player to achieve the feat.
Despite being 35, Giggs is still part of Sir Alex Ferguson's plans and the Welshman is now set to sign for another 12 months, insisting he will not be quitting.
Talks"I won't be retiring. There's no truth in these stories. I'm enjoying football more than ever," he told the Daily Mirror.
"I'm in talks on a new contract and hopefully I will sign it soon.
"Things couldn't be better. I'm playing with a very talented group of players and the spirit in the dressing room has never been so good.
"It's my intention to carry on playing for the club beyond this season."