I've learnt and I just want to be respected for what I've achieved on the pitch. I know I haven't achieved much off it but I do know I've given pleasure to people watching me play football over the years.
You learn, right, a lot of people's problems - why they get upset, why they get down, why they turn to drink - is because they can't say one word and it's N-O, no.
Hopefully everybody will just let me get on with my life. I'm going to.
If I want to be a better person for whoever is in my life, I have to learn.
The drink? Yes, I've had tough times in my life, especially the last year, regarding my ex-wife, my kids, I nearly broke my neck, I was on death row with pneumonia.
I've got a bit of money in the bank. I'm quite comfortable.
I'll tell you the truth: I had a double brandy before the game but, before, it used to be four bottles of whisky. Not any more. I was fine. I had a glass of wine after the game. But it was just a mouthful.
At the end of it, I'll maybe do a coaching badge but I'm not going to get forced into things.
I won player of the year and players' player, two cups and two championship medals, had a great time.
I like to help create team spirit in the dressing room. I feel that I've got loads of love to give.
But then I always wanted to play for Rangers. Man United is a great club and Alex Ferguson is a legend.
If the fans want me out, I'll put my hands up and leave. Like a proper man. I won't make excuses, I'll leave.
Anyway, how can you sack anyone who still hasn't got a contract. I'll be there for the game and I'll stand behind the dugout giving instructions to the players from there. They will respond to me more than the next manager.
Well, I did know - but I just wanted the day to pass and the next day to come and then I wanted that one to pass. It was a horrible cycle. I felt so close to having to pack the game in.
I thought I did well for someone who has been out for 10 or 11 months. Then I was sub against Liverpool and tried to play for the guys and work on my fitness.