By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
From the delighted look on his face, David Beckham has few regrets about the end of his U.S. footballer career.
The triumphant player was still flushed and grinning from Saturday night's cup victory as he headed out for some well-deserved R&R on Sunday.
True to form Beckham chose to celebrate his retirement from LA Galaxy with a spot of ball play - although this time he was simply a spectator as he watched the Lakers.
Smiling Beckham took a front row seat in the star-studded stadium as he basked in the memory of the previous night.
Then it was all about him as in true Hollywood style he ended his five-year stay in American football with a triumphant victory as his team lifted the MLS Cup.
The Lakers fans certainly seemed pleased to see Beckham, applauding as he appeared on the big screen.
And actor Gerard Butler made it clear he was amongst the football icon's supporters, going over to share his congratulations.
Having announced that the final would be his last act as a Galaxy player, the former England captain was substituted late on in the match as the Los Angeles team retained the trophy won in dramatic fashion last year.
‘It is a special day for us to win it here at our home, in front of our home fans,’ said an emotional Beckham, who again hinted that he would soon be involved in the MLS as a club owner.
‘It is a sad day as well. This is a special place for me and will continue to be a special place.
‘I have no idea where I will go next. I do know that I am happy to have been part of this club for six years and been successful for the last four years.