I am happier now than I have ever been.
No one’s ever really given me any style advice. I wear what I want, and it doesn’t matter what other people think.
People react to criticism in different ways, and my way is definitely to come out fighting.
There’s room for boys’ and girls’ football in the world-that’s what I believe.
I left United, but my Heart didn’t.
As a footballer you always want to test yourself against the best.
I have always believed that if you want to achieve anything special in life you have to work, work, and then work some more.
I feel I can still do the same job as I did 10 years ago – I’ve just got a few more wrinkles!
I don’t regret the decision to retire. My body was losing its edge. I was taking longer to recover from injuries. You have to get out at some point.
It’s not easy when someone pulls your ponytail.
You can be the one – in – a – million. Don’t be discouraged by the odds to Succeed.
I don’t think I have reached a plateau. I have just reached the level where I am today. But I need to go above it.
Is the Pope Catholic. No I’m serious. I really need to know.
I love scoring goals for England and playing for England. That’s one of the reasons I didn’t retire – I love playing for my country.
I’ve always been proud to represent my country, whether it be World Cups, European Championships or just friendly games, I’ve always been a proud person, I’m very patriotic.
Maths is totally done differently to what I was teached when I was at school.
I always used to go for blondes and quiet girls, but Victoria is the total opposite – dark and loud.
I have come to accept that if I have a new haircut it is front page news. But having a picture of my foot on the front page of a national newspaper is a bit exceptional.
Joining Real Madrid is a dream come true.
I still look at myself and want to improve.
To this day, one of my proudest achievements is captaining my country.
I haven’t retired from international football – I still believe I have a part to play in the future of England.
I have got this obsessive compulsive disorder where I have to have everything in a straight line, or everything has to be in pairs.
I just want people to see me as a hard-working footballer and someone who is passionate about the game.
One thing will not change – we will be going out to win.
Wayne’s like my son, Brooklyn, who goes out in the garden to play and have fun.
My priority is always the family and Victoria [Beckham] and I always ensure we are there for our children. We work hard but family comes first.