Former Manchester United striker Louis Saha revealed his dream 'One-to-11' on the latest episode of Sky Sports' Fantasy Football Club.

The ex-France international, who announced his retirement on his 35th birthday back in August, could only select players he had played alongside during his career.

The line-up is incredibly strong, with 11 household names on the team-sheet, including several legends of the game.

Saha played for eight clubs, including United and Tottenham, during a 16-year playing career often disrupted by injuries.

But he still managed to score 159 goals in 488 games - and make 20 appearances for the France national team between 2004 and 2012.

Saha was particularly complimentary about Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes, who Saha said was even easier to play with than the great France midfielder Zinedine Zidane.

Saha's 'One-to-11'

Goalkeeper: Edwin van der Sar

Right-back: Lillian Thuram

Centre-back: Rio Ferdinand

Centre-back: Nemanja Vidic

Left-back: Patrice Evra

Defensive midfield: Patrick Vieira

Central midfield: Paul Scholes

Central midfield: Zinedine Zidane

Right-wing: Cristiano Ronaldo

Left-wing: Thierry Henry

Striker: Wayne Rooney

Topics:
Football
Premier League
Manchester United
Arsenal
Louis Saha