Henrik Larsson has revealed his only regret from his playing career - and it's not Celtic's 2003 UEFA Cup final defeat.

The Swede left Glasgow in 2004 and went on to sign for Barcelona and win the Champions League.

Helsingborg came next before he linked up with Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United in 2007.

It was during his time at Old Trafford - on a three-month loan during the close season in Sweden - that he played some decent football and scored a handful of goals including against the likes of Lille, Watford and Aston Villa.

But it was also the United portion of his career that brought his only regret - that he didn't stay at the club a full season to earn himself another deal and a Premier League winners medal.

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Speaking to Full Time Devils on YouTube, Larsson said: "The only regret I have in my career is that I didn't stay [at Manchester United] longer.

"I should've stayed the full year because then I'm sure I would've got an extra year.

"I didn't get a Premier League winners medal but I wouldn't mind receiving it now.

"If any of the guys who won a few leagues, if you can spare one please, it'd be very nice."