Manchester United assistant manager Ryan Giggs says he is focused on motivating the United players ahead of the 2015-16 Campaign.
The former Reds winger, Giggs, who was named as second in command to Louis van Gaal last summer, said adapting to the new role has been a major challenge but he is keen on getting the best out of the current team.
“The biggest thing you learn going from player to coach is not to think like a player anymore, but to think like a coach,” the Man United legend told ManUtd.com.
"As a player you’re pretty selfish – you want to do well and you know what you’re capable of doing and how to achieve it.
"I wanted to be the best as a player and I want to be the best as a coach. That means working hard and doing everything you can to achieve that, but also enjoying the challenge.
"You need to get the best out of 25, maybe 30, different individuals.
“So you need to find what makes them tick and how you’re going to get the best out of them.”