Ryan Giggs wants to add another Wembley triumph to his illustrious career tonight.
The Manchester United legend is English football's most decorated player after winning 34 trophies in a 23-year Old Trafford career.
He is dreaming of another “special” win when he takes his Wales' side to Wembley to face England in a behind-closed-doors friendly.
Boss Giggs, who lost the 2011 Champions League final to Barcelona at Wembley, said: “As a player you remember the defeats more than the wins.
“But I had happy memories there whether it be Community Shield or FA Cup.
“Not so much the Champions League, but I have some good memories both at the old and new Wembley.
“Hopefully it is a happy memory after Thursday.
“Normally against our rivals and neighbours it is a huge game for the fans.
“It will always be a huge game but it would be so much better if there was a full house and thousands of Welsh fans had come and supported us.
“Unfortunately that is not the case but it is still a special occasion and one I am looking forward to.”
Giggs played 21 games at Wembley for United as he won the FA Cup three times, League Cup twice and the Community Shield eight times.
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