Manchester United interim boss Ryan Giggs has said that walking out at Old Trafford as the club's manager is the best feeling he's had in football.

Giggs was appointed interim manager for United's final four games of the season following the club's sacking of David Moyes only 10 months in to his six-year contract. The 40-year-old Welshman got off to a winning start with a 4-0 victory over relegation strugglers Norwich City.

Giggs thanked the fans for the warm reception he recieved, and said he would continue to play high-tempo attacking football in the Red Devil's final three games against Sunderland, Hull and Southampton.