David Beckham recently said that he does not want to finish with just one MLS title to his credit. David Beckham helped his side LA Galaxy win the MLS title last season.

He was heavily rumoured in the January transfer window to sign with French club PSG for a reported £ 10 million salary.

It was also reported that the former Manchester United midfielder was extremely close to signing the deal before eventually pulling away. After the negotiations with PSG broke down, David Beckham quickly made a U-turn and resigned for LA Galaxy. After signing his new contract, David Beckham said that he wants to win the MLS title once again.

Now, the former Manchester United, Real Madrid, and AC Milan midfielder will be getting back to business, as LA Galaxy will be facing Real Salt Lake in the first match of the 2012 MLS season. Kansas City will be taking on DC United, New England Revolution will be facing San Jose, Columbus will be facing Colorado, and Montréal Impact, who are the latest Canadian expansion team, will be facing Vancouver.

Beckham will be turning 37 shortly, and so far, he has won titles in England and Spain. He became the first Englishman to win three titles in three different countries last season.

"It's not unfinished business. It's just doing it over again. I've never come back after a season with the Galaxy and been a champion. I wanted to have that feeling. We're not finished. I'm not just happy with one championship. I want more," Beckham said after re-signing with LA Galaxy. This is the third MLS title for LA Galaxy after they had previously won in 2002 and 2005. Another title would match the record held by DC United, who have four MLS titles to their credit.