Earlier this week, Wayne Rooney sat down with ManUtd.com and MUTV for a revealing chat about his 10 years in the Premier League.
We focused particularly on the Manchester United striker's successes and from Saturday 8 September you'll be able to watch, in four daily video instalments, as Rooney tells the story of each title-winning season in his own words.
He recalls jumping up and down in his living room when the Reds secured his first title in 2006/07. He talks us through watching Cristiano Ronaldo evolve into the best footballer in the world and seeing off a strong Chelsea challenge in 2007/08.
He pays tribute to Edwin van der Sar for the incredible clean-sheet run of 2008/09 and credits the Dutch goalkeeper as the biggest influence in changing United's style of play. And, of course, he waxes lyrical about that goal against Manchester City and the penalty at Blackburn that helped Sir Alex's men secure a record 19th title in 2010/11.
Each video will require you to log in, so if you're not already a registered ManUtd.com user, we recommend you sign up now.
Wayne Rooney was speaking ahead of the launch of his new book, My Decade In The Premier League , out Thursday 13 September through Harper Collins.