Distinguished Manchester United footballer, and Welsh international Ryan Giggs has played an outstanding season's football, a season culminating in yet another Premiership winner's medal, (Number 12) and a possible Champions League final appearance as Manchester United take on Barcelona at Wembley on May 28th.
How does the man do it?
At 37 years of age?
Giggsy puts it down to regular training sessions, and freely admits that having done it once (winning the Premiership) the hunger remained within him to keep on going.
Skoob Sports News asked Giggsy if he's hoping for yet another record breaking 13th Premiership medal? Considering that in some quarters, 13 is regarded as an unlucky number.
"He still thinks he's got something to offer," a source told SSN. "He's had a cracking season, and he's up for a third CL medal. There's no denying it - the lad's as good as he's ever been. I think we'll be hearing an awful lot more from Giggsy in time to come. He definitely isn't finished yet. At the moment, he's only focused on one thing - the Champions League final at Wembley on May 28th. After that, I suppose he'll just take things as they come."
More as we get it.