Michael Owen has insisted he has no regrets about his decision to join Manchester United.
A number of clubs were interested in signing the striker when he announced that he would be leaving Newcastle at the end of last season.
It came as something of a surprise when Sir Alex Ferguson swooped to bring him to Old Trafford, and Owen has struggled to establish himself as a regular starter.
However, Owen maintains that he enjoys being part of such a successful squad and has no problem with the amount of action he is getting.
"I have played in a team that was struggling and I much prefer life at a winning club, even if that means I don't play every minute of every game," Owen told United Review.
"I am here at a club that is full of quality, training with top players every day and working under a top manager.
"I have had my fair share of starts and minutes on the pitch this season, so I am not about to complain."
Owen has likened his United career to date with his short stint at Real Madrid, where he made a positive impact from the substitutes' bench.
"In Madrid it was a similar story," explained the 29-year-old.
"I didn't start every game but I ended up with the best goals-to-minutes ratio in the league.
"You can twist stats any way you want, all I am concerned about is scoring as many goals as I can."