'Injury-ravaged' Owen adamant he could still play at top level after Man U releases him
London, May 18(ANI): Former England striker Michael Owen has said he won't retire from football yet, as he could still play at the top level for a few more years after Manchester United released him following his injury-plagued three years at the club.
Owen could only manage 18 starts during his injury-ravaged stint at Old Trafford, and dismissed any suggestions of playing in the lower division of the football.
"I don't think the Championship is an option if I'm honest. I don't think I've lost the ability to score goals or play at a high level," The Daily Express quoted Owen, as saying.
United manager Sir Alex Ferguson had admitted Owen's repeated injury problems had forced them to not renew his contract with the club. (ANI)
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