Ryan Giggs says he is relishing his new coaching role at Manchester United ahead of his step into management.
Giggs has been touted as a potential successor to Wales boss Chris Coleman, whose future is is in doubt following his failure to take them to the World Cup.
But Giggs, who turns 40 next month, believes his coaching role at United is the ideal role for him, suggesting he would rebuff any approach from Wales.
“I’m enjoying my coaching role at Manchester United,” said Giggs, who won 64 caps for Wales. “It’s been great.
“It hasn’t yet got to the point when I go into the dressing room and everything falls quiet.
“But education is the next step in my career and I’m enjoying it. I am enjoying working with the new manager.”
United have had a shaky start to life after Sir Alex Ferguson, with just three wins from their first seven Premier League games.
The champions are currently ninth in the table and Giggs admitted he would have liked a better start to the season under new boss David Moyes.
“Personally, I would prefer better results,” said Giggs.
“But we’re only seven or eight games into the season.”