David Beckham has hinted he is considering a return to the Premier League when his contract with Los Angeles Galaxy expires at the end of the MLS season.
Beckham, 35, trained with Tottenham Hotspur throughout January and February, and was set to play for them on loan until red tape held the deal up.
But with his stay in the USA set to come to an end in November, Beckham is not ruling out finishing his career in the Premier League.
"I had a great career in England for 12-13 years - who knows if I will play there again?" the former England captain told The People.
"I'm getting older now and I don't have many years left. This is my last contract year in the USA, but who knows what will happen?''
The former Manchester United midfielder will be 36-years-old when he leaves LA Galaxy, but other ex-United pros such as Bryan Robson, Mark Hughes and Dennis Irwin continued playing in the Premier League until the age of 38, while Teddy Sheringham played into his 40s.