Former England star David Beckham
Former England star David Beckham has expressed his desire in holding down a regular spot in PSG’s starting XI after making an instant impact in Sunday's 2-0 victory over Marseille.
The former LA Galaxy man admitted he had been nervous about his first performance in France before his 16-minute appearance as a substitute.
Having created the second goal of the night for Zlatan Ibrahimovich, Beckham said he was proud of his debut at Parc des Princes, reports futaa.com.
“Obviously it is a good start. It was nice to get out there as it seems like a long time since I signed.
“The manager just asked me to go on keep the ball and settle things down. Hopefully I did that,” Beckham stated as quoted on bbc.co.uk.
90 minutes ability
Beckham will look forward to his first start for Paris in Wednesday's Cup game against the same opponents as he is keen to prove to Ancelotti that he still has the ability to contribute for 90 minutes.
“I have always known that as a new player coming in after Christmas and at my age, I don't expect to have a starting position in the XI but it is what you always want as a player.
“I am proud to be part of this team and was proud to be out there but I will take it step by step and as long as I can come on and make a difference, I would love to that,” he added.
Beckham admitted he had been blown away by the welcome he had got from the home support on the night.