Paul Scholes declared himself content with Manchester United's 3-0 win over Newcastle in their Premier League opener.
Veteran midfielder Scholes turned in a man-of-the-match performance to inspire the hosts to a comfortable victory at Old Trafford.
Scholes, who helped provide two of the goals, felt his side could have scored more goals, but he was just happy to get off to a winning start.
"The most important thing is to win the game," Scholes told Sky Sports 1. "Maybe we could have scored more but we'll take a 3-0 win on the first day of the season.
"Newcastle came, set their stall out and defended deep. Once we got the goal we were a constant threat.
"A lot of teams come here and try to make it difficult. We just had to tire them out as much as we could.
"Second half especially, I really enjoyed that: creating chances, looking like we were going to score whenever we went forward."
On Giggs' strike, which the Welshman finished following a fine team move, he added: "It was a great goal to watch. We kept the ball well and it was a fantastic goal to start off with."