Michael Owen has admitted winning the Premier League title with Manchester United is the highlight of his career.
The 31-year-old arrived at Old Trafford on a free transfer in 2009 having achieved much during his time in football.
Owen has represented England at the World Cup, won the Ballon d'Or, lifted both the Uefa and FA Cups, but had never landed a league title before joining the Red Devils.
However, this campaign Owen played a role in helping United secure their 19th league crown, totalling 11 appearances.
He said in the Daily Mirror: "I won a lot of trophies with Liverpool, but to win the Premier League is the pinnacle of anyone's career. I'm very proud.
"I've not played as much as I did last year, but we all have to play our part to win the league and it's been enjoyable, nonetheless.
"I'm really pleased and proud to have played with a great crop of lads and obviously the manager's second to none."