Ryan Giggs gave a cheeky interview to Inside United in which he revealed what it was like to be a member of the famous "Class of '92."
Giggs, along with the Neville brothers (Gary and Phil), Nicky Butt, Paul Scholes and David Beckham helped herald in an unprecedented spell of success at Old Trafford.
Giggs, now assistant manager at Old Trafford, was asked to describe each of his former team-mates in one word, and there were some interesting results.
He said (via Goal.com): "Gary Neville? I'm going for two words...always right! Phil Neville? Bubbly. Nicky Butt? Funny. Paul Scholes? Dry. David Beckham? Cocky!"
We wonder how Becks will feel about that one!
Giggs also expanded on what it was like to be part of the group.
We're all completely different people and characters but we all had that same desire, not only to get into the first team but to stay there and to win things.
We remained good friends off the pitch and still to this day we still share the same jokes, the same sense of humour and are comfortable in each other’s company. I think it was about that desire and hunger to keep going.
A lot of the things that we learned, not only in football but in life as well, were as apprentices at Man United.
Awww—friends for life!
[Inside United, h/t Goal.com]