Reports have suggested that the 35-year-old could retire when his contract expires in the summer, but Giggs wants to stay at Old Trafford.
“It’s not true,” he said in Times of Malta. “I won’t be retiring.
“There is no truth in these stories. I’m enjoying football more than ever at the moment.
“Actually, I’m in talks on a new contract and hopefully I will sign it soon.
“Things could not be better for me. 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 that I will carry on playing for the club beyond this season.”