Ryan Giggs admitted he is yet to decide whether he will stay at Manchester United next season, when Louis van Gaal is expected to be in charge.
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"Nothing has changed," Giggs said. "I've not decided about my future. I'll wait until the end of the season."
When asked whether United were any closer to appointing their new manager, Giggs added: "I have not spoken to (executive vice-chairman) Ed (Woodward) for the last couple of days so nothing has changed since Saturday.
"It could be the next few days, it could be the next couple of weeks."
Eighteen-year-old debutant James Wilson struck twice in a 3-1 win against Hull City, with Robin van Persie adding a late third on in what could be Giggs' final career match at Old Trafford.
Wilson, scouted by the club when he was just seven, has impressed with the Under-21s this year and was an unused substitute in last month's victory at Newcastle United.
"He is a natural goalscorer," Giggs beamed. "But he has got more to his game than that. He can run at people, he has got pace and he is a clever player so I am delighted for him to score the two goals.
"He was fantastic."
Giggs also handed a debut to 20-year-old Welsh forward Tom Lawrence.