Ryan Giggs is Manchester United's longest-serving and
most decorated player. In his 18 seasons with the club, he has won
18 major honours, including the Premier League title, the UEFA
Champions League and the Toyota/Intercontinental Cup.
His first team career with Manchester United began over 17 years ago when he came on as a substitute in a Premier League game against Everton. Since then he has made over 750 appearances for the Red Devils and played alongside some truly great players including Eric Cantona, Roy Keane and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Yet Giggs is one of the greats himself. His career is not simply special because of its longetivity; his mesmerising dribbling skills and blistering pace, not to mention his dedication and his passion for club and country, have set him apart from other players.
Having retired from international football in June 2007 with 64 caps and 12 goals, Giggs was honoured again, this time with an OBE, as he was included in the Queen's Birthday Honours List for his services to football. Perhaps the only thing missing on his illustrious CV is that he never had the chance to showpiece his talent at a FIFA World Cup finals.
Now FIFA.com is giving you the unique opportunity to pose your questions directly to Giggs himself.
The Manchester United star has agreed to undertake an exclusive interview in the next few weeks, but rather than us asking the questions - we thought that we'd give you, our users, this once in a lifetime chance.
It is easy to send you them into us: simply click on 'Add Your Comment' below and type in your question. Then click 'Send' - and you will get notification that we have received your question. However, in order to have the chance to 'Ask Ryan Giggs' you must be a member of the FIFA.com Club. Registration is quick, easy and free - so what are you waiting for?
Unlike the Have Your Say debates and other articles on the site, your questions will not be published on the site, but will instead be collected by members of our editorial network, with the best of the bunch put to Giggs in our exclusive interview, which will appear on the site in the next few weeks.
If you're lucky enough to have your question chosen, your screenname will appear on FIFA.com in the interview, for example:
Football2008: Was this 1970 final the best moment of your career ?
Pele: It was a fantastic moment, etc, etc.
Feel free to send in as many questions as you like. We hope that you are lucky enough to have your question chosen but, if not, there will be another chance to ask one of your favourite football stars a question next month.