David Beckham open to England offer from Roy Hodgson

Beckham open to England offer
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David Beckham would welcome the chance to help England in some capacity if he were offered a role by Roy Hodgson.

Former England captain David Beckham has revealed that he would welcome the chance to work with England in some capacity.

Beckham, who was capped 115 times for his country, recently talked about how much he misses playing for England and how it was the proudest moment in his career when donning the England shirt.

The former Manchester United and Real Madrid midfielder retired a year ago but has some experience with coaching England when he worked alongside Fabio Capello at the 2010 World Cup.

"I only retired just over a year ago and obviously I've been busy with stuff I've been doing but, if I can help in any way for the future of England and the future of English football, I will," the 39-year-old told The Telegraph.

"If there was any way in the future, when I'm not as busy, that I can help then I would be very proud of that."

Beckham ended his career on a high after winning the Ligue 1 title with Paris Saint-Germain in 2013, having helped LA Galaxy retain the MLS Cup in 2012.

England midfielder David Beckham gives the thumbs-up to fans after winning their World Cup qualifying match against Andorra, Wembley Stadium, in London, England, on June 10, 2009
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