The Welshman was installed as temporary boss until the end of the season following David Moyes's dismissal last week.
It has been reported that United are keen to keep Giggs within the coaching setup when a permanent manager, believed to be Netherlands boss Louis van Gaal, is appointed.
Despite all the speculation, the 40-year-old has claimed that he is yet to consider his future, which will include the decision of whether to continue playing or retire.
"Nothing has changed - it's until the end of the season," Giggs said in Friday's press conference. "We'll chat when that's over. I've got a lot to think about, whether to carry on playing, but my concentration is just on now."
Meanwhile, Giggs has confirmed that Wayne Rooney is a doubt for Saturday's match against Sunderland due to illness and a tight groin.