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David Beckham praises Ryan Giggs' enduring career at Manchester United.
"The fact he's still doing what he's doing at his age is really incredible" he says.
"The fact he's remained at the club is impressive"
Malky Mackay says Cardiff City are relishing the chance to play Premier League leaders Arsenal tomorrow - after grabbing a draw against champions Manchester United on Sunday.
The Bluebirds manager said: "There's a growing confidence that we can play and match anyone in this division."
"Our fans should be pleased the bread and butter of our club is playing Manchester United and Arsenal."
Ryan Giggs says he is "still enjoying" his football, and "as long as that is the case I will carry on."
The Welshman turns 40 today, and has been playing for Manchester United for 23 years.
"I don't really think about it age-wise. Every year is a bonus", he said. "You don't start out and think you'll still be playing when you're 40 - but I'm enjoying it."
Welsh footballer Ryan Giggs celebrates his 40th birthday today - still playing at the highest level.
Giggs, who is from Cardiff, has made 953 appearances - and counting - for Manchester United, and won 64 caps for Wales.
He retired from international football in 2007, but has continued his club career and could yet be offered another contract extension when his current deal expires next summer.
After he impressed as Manchester United thrashed Bayer Leverkusen 5-0 on Wednesday, manager David Moyes said: "He is an unbelievable footballer - and you could say he is getting better. He will tell us when he has enough, or when he thinks his time is up. His performances have been excellent."
Giggs made his debut for the club as a 17-year-old in 1991, and has won 13 Premier League titles, four FA Cups and two Champions League crowns.
Swansea City's hopes of a repeat win against Valencia ended in disappointment this evening, as they lost 1-0 to the Spanish side.
The visitors went ahead in the 19th minute, after Swansea keeper Gerhard Tremmel failed to get enough on his punch and was punished by Daniel Parejo.
Swansea City's hopes of qualifying for the knockout stages are still in their own hands, with their final group game away at Swiss side St Gallen in a fortnight.
Swansea City trail Valencia 1-0 at half-time in their Europa League game at the Liberty Stadium.
Michael Laudrup's side need at least a draw to secure their passage to the knockout stage with one game to play, after Kuban Krasnodar beat St Gallen earlier.
Valencia's goal came after 19 minutes.
Swansea goalkeeper Gerhard Tremmel's punch only reached the edge of the area, following a corner - and Daniel Parejo found the net as Tremmel tried to make it back to his line.
Wilfried Bony had two headed opportunities early on, but the Ivorian striker was then forced off with an injury.
The man who replaced him, Alvaro Vazquez, harshly had a goal ruled out for offside just before the break.
Swansea City take on Valencia this evening, hoping for a repeat win of their famous 3-0 victory recorded at the Mestalla back in September.
The Swansea City line-up is as follows:
- Gerhard Tremmel
- Jordi Amat
- Neil Taylor
- Leon Britton (C)
- Jonjo Shelvey
- Wilfried Bony
- Nathan Dyer
- Roland Lamah
- Angel Rangel
- Alejandro Pozuelo
You can watch all the action live on ITV4 and the ITV Sport website.