LA Galaxy’s David Beckham says he is happy playing in North America’s Major League Soccer.
The 36-year old former Manchester United midfielder’s MLS contract expires at the end of the current season but he has indicated that he intends to hang around for a little while after making what he feels as a worthwhile move from Europe.
"I have no regrets," he told Sky Sports News.
"Not one about wherever I have played and whatever I have done, I don't think you can live your life like that.
"I always have to be sure about the decisions I have made. People may think it was the wrong decision for me to move over to America but I am fully confident with the decision I made.
"I was successful in Europe for many years; won many trophies with Manchester United and played at two of the biggest clubs in the world. I was successful at Real Madrid and I needed a new challenge - and I have enjoyed that challenge."
And Beckham added that he would never dream about again playing in the English Premier League unless it was with his beloved United.
"I have always said that Manchester United is my one love and to play for another Premiership team would be difficult for me," added Beckham.
"We are very happy in America as a family and we have been for the last five years, we love England and we miss it of course but as for myself playing back there? I don't know.
"Things change so quickly and right now I am playing for Galaxy. I will look at myself at the end of the season, see how my body feel sand if I feel good I will continue to play."