The Tottenham midfielder watched 39-year-old Giggs produce a virtuoso performance against Real Madrid a couple of weeks ago.
And he believes that provided all the proof needed to ignore those pesky dates of birth.
Scott Parker: "I don't get the age one really.
"People are too hell-bent on age, whether it's bringing players through or others being too old.
"If someone is good enough and playing at their best, you pick them.
"Maybe it's because I am 32, but I saw Ryan Giggs playing against Real Madrid in the Champions League. He was doing more running than anyone else.
"I don't buy into the debate at all."
Source: Newcastle United Mad