Interim Man Utd boss Giggs hopes to bring smiles back on fans' faces
United has appointed Giggs in temporary charge of the club following Moyes' departure from Old Trafford earlier this week.
Giggs said that being appointed as the interim manager for United is the proudest moment of his career and one that he would enjoy for two-and-a-half weeks, the Daily Star reported.
Giggs wants the players to get back to playing in an exciting fashion after some fans criticised United's style under Moyes' stewardship and said that he wants the players to play with passion, speed, tempo and be brave and imaginative.
Giggs said that most off all he wants the United squad to enjoy the game because he knows that if he is enjoying a game he can express himself more.
United lost 11 Premier League games this season under Moyes' charge, which led to his sacking, and Giggs has now insisted that he would do his best in the club's final four games left this season to get the fans back smiling, the report added. (ANI)