The midfielder points out that he has left every club as a national champion.
Following the announcement from David Beckham that he will retire from football at the end of the season, the 38-year-old says it was always his dream to go out at the top.
The midfielder currently plays for Paris Saint-Germain and has been part of the team that has brought the Ligue 1 title back to the club for the first time in 19 years.
Beckham highlighted the fact that during his career with four different permanent clubs he has always departed as a national league winner.
“I always secretly said to myself that I want to go out at the top,” the former England captain told Sky Sports News.
“When I left United we won the league; when I left Madrid we won the league.
“Leaving the Galaxy after two years of winning the championship there and obviously coming here and winning the league; it’s nice to go out like that.”
A 20-year career for the midfielder has seen the former Real Madrid maestro win 22 trophies, including six Premier League titles, one La Liga, a Champions League and two MLS league triumphs.
Beckham also played 115 times for England, the most caps for an outfield player and the second most in history after goalkeeper Peter Shilton.
The midfielder was skipper of the national side for 58 matches between 2001 and 2007, leading the country in three major tournaments.
Beckham’s record as a footballer is hard to dispute after plying his trade in five different countries with Manchester United, Real Madrid, LA Galaxy, AC Milan, PSG and a little known Lancashire side called… Preston North End.