"Even though it was a good performance against China, we will need to play even better to win the China Cup", said Giggs.
'When you are at clubs like that, you are always going to win things. It would be massive, You have it in your heart, in your blood, you want to make your whole country proud. It'll be great to have more success with Wales.
"He's not just a devastating player on his day, he is an intelligent player". It's going to be a hard gam But we try not to concentrate too much on our opposition, it's more about concentrating on us, and what we can do.
"They have some fantastic players and they're going to be unsafe". We have to be wary of them, but they also have to worry about us. "If we do that then we will win the game".
Bale put his Real troubles to one side earlier this week as he became Wales' new all-time top scorer in the 6-0 drubbing of China, but his future continues to be speculated about whether he's on club or worldwide duty it seems.
Discussing his teammate's impressive achievement, Allen said: "It was an incredible hat-trick and he is going to have plenty of time to extend that record now".
That victory over China was the first match of Giggs' reign and he too is eager to improve. 'They have a coach who has managed them 180 times.
Giggs is looking at the short term and winning immediate silverware would certainly endear him to the supporters, some of whom questioned his appointment based on his past unwillingness to turn up for friendlies as a player. Whether it's in a tournament like we are now or in something like a World Cup, it's always important to win trophies. That's what we're preparing for. West Ham forward Manuel Lanzini has played down a move away from the club by saying he is "very happy" with the London Stadium team.
"But it's a great challenge for our players to come up against the best in the world".