Manchester United all-time top scorer Wayne Rooney says he always believed in his ability and knew he’d succeed at Old-Trafford.
The ex-England international was reflected on his time at the club in an interview with Alan Shearer on NBC
Rooney who joined Manchester United in 2004 from boyhood club Everton spent 13 years at the Theatre of dreams.
Rooney won 16 trophies and became the club’s record goalscorer with 253 goals.
Although he was 18 years when he made the move, the former United captain says he knew he’d be a success.
“I always felt I was good enough and I wanted that challenge.
“Having grown up watching the Premier League, I know a lot of people talk about the Champions League and how important it is to win that but the first Premier League title was really special.”