David Beckham finally ended his long wait to taste success with the Los Angeles Galaxy by winning the MLS Cup on Sunday night, but the England star is not the only member of his family who can bend it like, er, himself.
Beckham's 12-year-old son, Brooklyn, has been tearing it up playing in a local junior league near the family home, so much so that his father is already considering the possibility that a pro career may be in his future.
Brooklyn, the eldest of Beckham's three sons with wife Victoria, plays regularly for an under-age side and has clearly inherited plenty of the Galaxy midfielder's ability.
Beckham admitted the backyard games of two-on-two involving himself, Brooklyn, and younger sons Romeo and Cruz, can get extremely competitive.
"I am (competitive)," Beckham told ThePostGame.com last week. "I am not going to hide it. I don't like to lose. So whether I am playing two on two with my sons in the back garden, I like to win. The only problem is, they like to win as well. It is a tough game in our garden.
"If they go into the game -- if they want to pursue a career in soccer, then great," Beckham says. "I will support them like I had support when I was a kid. But if they don't, they don't, and I will be their dad and support them like I had that at a young age. But if they do, it will be nice to watch."
Beckham is undecided whether to stay with the Galaxy or leave after four and a half years, and accept an offer from French club Paris St Germain. Either way, he is coming close to the end of his long and impressive career.
However, it sounds like there may soon be another Beckham to capture the headlines with his performances on the soccer field.
Martin Rogers interviews David Beckham about the competitive spirit that he's passed down to his kids:
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