Ryan Giggs: 'There is a different vibe at Manchester United'

Ryan Giggs celebrates a goal for United against QPR on February 23, 2013
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Manchester United midfielder Ryan Giggs admits that he and his teammates are adjusting to the change in management following the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson.

Manchester United midfielder Ryan Giggs has admitted that there is a "different" vibe around the club following the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson.

The Scot retired from management at the end of last season after a distinguished career at Old Trafford where he won 13 Premier League title and two Champions League trophies.

Giggs, who is now a player-coach at the club, has revealed that the United players are adjusting to the change under new boss David Moyes.

He told reporters: "It's different, but you just get on with it. It is important to look forward, not back.

"This is the start of the journey this season and I hope to be lifting a trophy again at the end of it."

United are currently on their pre-season tour of Asia and Australia, and fell to defeat in their opening game against Singha All Star XI.

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