Giggs has become the ninth United player to score 150 goals for the club with his free-kick goal against Wolfsburg in the Champions League last month.
The Welshman joined an exclusive list of Old Trafford legends who are in the ‘150 club’.
Top Manchester United goalscorers:
Sir Bobby Charlton (1956-73) Appearances: 754. Goals: 247. Games per goal: 3.05.
Denis Law (1962-73) Appearances: 399. Goals: 236. Games per goal: 1.69.
Jack Rowley (1937-1955). Appearances: 422. Goals: 208. Games per goal: 2.03.
George Best (1963-74). Appearances: 466. Goals: 178. Games per goal: 2.62.
Dennis Viollet (1952-62). Appearances: 291. Goals: 178. Games per goal: 1.63.
Joe Spence (1919-33). Appearances: 510. Goals: 168. Games per goal: 3.13.
Mark Hughes (1983-86, 1988-95). Appearances: 462. Goals: 162. Games per goal: 2.85.
Ruud van Nistelrooy (2001-2006). Appearances: 219. Goals 150. Games per goal: 1.46.
Ryan Giggs (1992-). Appearances: 814. Goals 150. Games per goal: 5.43.
Giggs’ most famous goal
April 14, 1999, Arsenal (Villa Park)
Ryan Giggs’ goal against Arsenal in the FA Cup was recently voted the best FA Cup goal of all-time. Giggs got the ball from Patrick Vieira and set off on a 60-yeard burst that saw him score an incredible goal. Giggsy scored the goal in extra time after Peter Schmeichel had saved a last-gasp penalty from Dennis Bergkamp.
You can watch the goal here.
Steve Bruce on Giggs
Sunderland boss and former United skipper Steve Bruce is one of many who have paid tribute to Giggs.
Bruce said: “He started in 1993 and where are we now, 2009? Jesus. And to play at the level he has been doing, he has to be the greatest ever player to have played in the Premier League.
“Not just because of his longevity but because he is playing for Manchester United and still getting man of the match awards.
“For me he is their best player, at his age as well. Also he blessed with that wonderful ability which gets people off their backsides.
“He’s such a natural, a natural dribbler; it is just effortless for him. It is easy for him. He is just a great, great player.
“That word is used too often but he has to be up there. If there was a poll of the greatest Premier League players I would think Ryan would be well up there.”
Sir Alex Ferguson on Ryan Giggs
“Whether dribbling or sprinting, Ryan can leave the best defenders with twisted blood”