With United, we'd all grown up together, we all wanted to win the biggest trophy in football. We did it togther.
Every situation has changed me as a person.
My parents have been there for me, ever since I was about 7.
When you have kids you do grow up. I have just started realising it now-it changes the world, having children.
I still look at myself and want to improve.
Everyone's been so quick to say that I'm really thick or I haven't got a brain. People will think whatever they want to think.
I love little kids looking up to me, young players looking up to me, respecting me.
I have got this obsessive compulsive disorder where I have to have everything in a straight line, or everything has to be in pairs.
The buzz is still with me. I get goose bumps.
I just want people to see me as a hard-working footballer and someone who is passionate about the game.
I'm a very stubborn person. I think it has helped me over my career. I'm sure it has hindered me at times as well, but not too many times. I know that if I set my mind to do something, even if people are saying I can't do it, I will achieve it.
Soccer is a magical game.
People react to criticism in different ways, and my way is definitely to come out fighting.
Kids can have great passion and great ability but if you have the facilities for your particular sport that can give you the inspiration to become a sportsman.
Two of my boys are Manchester United fans; one is an Arsenal fan. Whenever there is a game I can take the boys to, I love taking them.
Football's the biggest game in the world. America's the greatest sporting nation there is. To play some part in putting those two things together: why wouldn't I be excited about that?
I would never complain about the position I'm in or the attention I get. At the end of the day, I'm very lucky to have what I have and do what I do, but I don't see myself as any different from anyone else who works hard and is a dad and a husband.
I always wanted kids I could take to work, and for them to experience the things I experience. So, having three boys as a footballer was a dream.
No one's ever really given me any style advice. I wear what I want, and it doesn't matter what other people think.
I feel this pang of regret whenever I watch sport; this sense that I will never play a big match again.
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.
I've got my wife. I've got my four kids. I've got parents, grandparents still, and three really good friends. It's all you need. I'd rather have three really good friends than 20 good friends.
I'm used to being around kids. Even when I was growing up in London, I had an older sister, I had a younger sister that I used to look after from time to time.
At the end of the day, I'm a footballer who has played at some of the biggest football clubs in the world and played with some of the best players in the world.
I'll never forget where I'm from, never forget my roots. It doesn't matter where I live. I'm English, simple as that.
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