Since retiring from football in 2013 David Beckham has kept a relatively low profile, well, David Beckham that is.
The former Manchester United, Real Madrid and LA Galaxy star has spent most of his time with his family, occasionally being spotted watching one of his sons play for their respective academy teams.
He of course was also involved in the Class of '92 documentary which came out last year. His friendship with the likes of fellow United legends Gary Neville, Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes was central to that film's theme and he has been discussing that again in an interview with German site Focus.
He told them:
"I think that was what was so special about making 'Class of 92'. To look through the archives to see what we have been up to in recent years. Since we were 13-14-year-old were all together. We had such a great, strong bond with each other - and that comes over in the film. We have so many years of football played with each other and were really good friends. We were like brothers."
But it was not all about the release of the film in Germany later this month that Beckham spoke about, he was also asked about his favourite stadium to play in throughout his career.
Now Beckham has played everywhere. From the Nou Camp to the Westfalen Stadion he has seen some of the best football stadiums in the world. He even played club football at the San Siro, Old Trafford and Santiago Bernabeu - three of the greatest edifices in the game.
But for Becks, playing for his country always trumped his club career, and when it comes to stadiums that is no different.
Because he says playing at Wembley is still his favourite:
"I was lucky to play at many big stages - for example the Bernabeu or Old Trafford. But if I have to pick one: Wembley. Just because I'm a proud Englishman. To represent his country and to lead the national team as captain, is just a crazy feeling for an Englishman."