Michael Owen got another 90 minutes under his belt against Everton today, filling in for the injured Dimitar Berbatov, and reckons life at Manchester United has left him with nothing to complain about.

“I have played in a team that was struggling and I much prefer life at a winning club, even if that means I don’t play every minute of every game,” Owen said. “I am here at a club that is full of quality, training with top players every day and working under a top manager. I have had my fair share of starts and minutes on the pitch this season, so I am not about to complain.”

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