Wales will bid to qualify for the World Cup for the first time since 1958 at what is an uncertain period for Welsh football.
Wales should be riding high after their recent success in the Nations League but face uncertainty off the field.
Giggs, who has denied an allegation of assault made against him, had agreed not to be involved in Wales’ three matches in November.
His assistant Robert Page told BBC Sport Wales he expects to continue in his caretaker role indefinitely.
Under Page’s guidance, Wales beat the Republic of Ireland and Finland in their final two Nations League matches last month to win their group, secure promotion in that competition and all but guarantee a World Cup qualifying play-off.
Page says he feels Wales’ standing in the game means sides will now view them as a tougher proposition, but says Wales are aiming to qualify regardless of their potential back door route to a play-off.
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