David Beckham and Michael Owen have insisted that they will remain at Real Madrid next season, despite reports linking them with moves.

“It’s a fantastic team with incredible facilities. I have no regrets from my side in joining them,” said Owen, 25.

“It’s only speculation about my future. I’m getting used to the language and am quite happy to be in Madrid.”

Beckham added: “I want to end my career there – that’s the end of that.”

The Spanish-based pair have joined up with the England squad to face Colombia in New York tonight.

Owen concluded his campaign for Real on Sunday, scoring his 13th La Liga goal of the season but, despite an impressive debut season, he continues to be linked with a return to England.

“There has been a lot of talk about me coming back to England since the day I signed for Real Madrid,” said the England skipper.

“People have said maybe every week that there are rumours of me coming back but, for me, I’m happy at Real Madrid.”

However, Beckham did not rule out finishing his career in the United States.

“One day that could happen,” he said. “I’ve learned to never say no, never say never.

“I never thought I would leave Manchester United but I did.

“I love America. I have been on holidays many times to Los Angeles and New York – so anything can happen.”