Britney Spears' ex-husband Kevin Federline has made it clear he is happy with the outcome of his custody battle against the pop superstar - insisting he "can't complain" about his life.
Federline battled Spears through Los Angeles courts to keep sole custody of their young sons, Sean Preston and Jayden James, earlier this month (Jul08), following a bitter 18-month court battle.
Spears was ordered to pay him $20,000 (GBP10,000)-a-month in child support.
When asked by People.com how his life was after his court battle with the Toxic star, Federline replied, "Been having a good summer, I can't complain."
And the wannabe rapper insists he just wants to get on with his life and focus on bringing up his children: "I've worked here and there a little bit... (but I'll be) Definitely staying at home with the family."
Federline has to juggle being a full-time parent to his two sons with Spears, as well as looking after his two children from a previous marriage.