Ryan Giggs lauds Manchester United's strength in depth

Giggs lauds strength in depth
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Ryan Giggs believes that Manchester United have enough quality across their squad to fight for trophies on three fronts this season.

Manchester United veteran Ryan Giggs has declared that the current squad has enough quality in all areas to compete on multiple fronts at the business end of the season.

Giggs scored United's first goal in the 2-0 win over Everton today, moving the Red Devils 12 points clear in the Premier League title race.

The 39-year-old believes that even if injuries strike at Old Trafford in the next three months there are players capable of coming off the bench to continue United's impressive run of results.

He told reporters: "I think we had to have the concentration because we knew what happened against Everton last season. The performance wasn't important but I thought we played well.

"Now we just have to continue our good form. If we get the results, we'll be okay. We've got players on the bench and not even getting on the bench who would walk into a lot of other teams.

"I think we've got enough experience in there but you never take anything for granted. The strength of the squad should see us through."

The Welsh winger's goal against Everton kept his run of scoring in all 20 Premier League seasons alive.

United manager Sir Alex Ferguson celebrates Van Persie's late equaliser at West Ham on January 5, 2013
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