|Teddy Sheringham interview|
|Programme: Sport Wales Channel: BBC Two Wales Date: Friday, 14 August Start time: 19:00 BST|
|Also available: on iPlayer for seven days after transmission|
Former England and Manchester United striker Teddy Sheringham says it "wouldn't surprise" him if Ryan Giggs was the next manager at Old Trafford.
Sheringham believes ex-team-mate Giggs could eventually take the top job.
"When you saw him in the hot seat the season before last, I think he looked quite comfortable," said Sheringham.
"He spoke more than I have ever heard him speak in the press conferences.
"He's a very quiet man, very personal. I was surprised [when he took the job] but I thought he looked at home.
"The experience he'll be getting under Van Gaal will hold him in good stead.
"It wouldn't surprise me if he was the next Manchester United manager."
Sheringham has just accepted his first managerial role, taking over Stevenage in League Two.
As well as playing 963 games for United, Giggs also won 64 Wales caps before retiring in May 2014.
But Sheringham does not think Cardiff-born Giggs will manage his country in the near future.
Sheringham believes that even though he is now 41, Giggs would not be looking to manage a national team yet.
"I think an international job is for an older man," Sheringham told the BBC's Sport Wales programme.
"It's not a day-to-day basis with international teams.
"I think you have to be really experienced, although Gary Speed did very well with Wales and Chris Coleman is doing well now.
"If I was looking at it from an outside point of view, I think once you've cut your teeth in the leagues with the Premier League then you go onto that job later in life.
"But you never know in football, things come up.
"It's like me taking this job [at Stevenage]. I came here and had a look at the set-up and it all felt right. That's why I'm here.
"It might be the same for Ryan."
Sheringham brings his Stevenage side to Wales on Saturday to take on Terry Butcher's Newport County at Rodney Parade, with both teams looking for their first league win of the season.
Sport Wales is on BBC Two Wales from 19:00 BST on Friday, 14 August and will be available on BBC iPlayer for seven days after transmission.