Date: 22nd November 2007 at 5:54pm
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Ryan Giggs believes United’s youngsters and new signings can help him to an unprecedented tenth league title.

The Welshman, United’s skipper in the absence of Gary Neville, has not really benefited from the arrival of the new boys: he’s kept out of the team by Nani more often than anyone would have ever thought. But he’s pleased with the quality of the squad, above anything else.

‘When you come into training and you’re up against young, quality players, it’s a test every day,’ he told the Daily Star.

‘That only helps to bring your game on. There’s so much enthusiasm amongst the lads and it’s a great place to be at the moment.

‘The new lads have all bedded in really well and very quickly, bringing something new to the team already this season.

‘Nani, with his spectacular goals and celebrations, while Anderson has shown what a top player he is with some fantastic performances.

‘We knew all about Owen’s qualities and he’s produced those every time he’s played. And Carlos has brought that extra dimension to our attacking play.

‘They’ve also added something different to the dressing room. They’re all very enthusiastic and the team spirit is as good as ever.’