The 39-year-old retired from the game in 2013 following an illustrious career across the world, and last played for the Three Lions in 2009 in a World Cup qualifier against Belarus at Wembley.
Beckham is the most-capped outfield player in the history of the country with 115 appearances, 10 short of Peter Shilton's all-time record, and has revealed that he was never prouder playing the game than when he pulled on an England shirt.
"I loved the meet-ups, the games, being captain 59 times, everything about playing for England," he told the Daily Mail.
"They are my proudest times as a player. I miss Manchester United and Real Madrid and all the other teams I played for but I miss playing for England more than anything.
"When England comes around, or they are playing in a World Cup, that's what I miss."
Beckham scored 17 goals for the Three Lions, including three in three World Cup tournaments from 1998 to 2006.