Phil Taylor has played down suggestions his illustrious career could be coming to an end ahead of the 2013 World Darts Championship.
The 52-year-old, nicknamed 'The Power', is the greatest ever to have played the game having won an incredible 15 world titles.
Taylor suffered a second round defeat to Dutchman Michael van Gerwen in the Grand Slam of Darts last month, only to hit back in style by claiming a third Players Championship Finals title last week.
He has been dominating the sport for 17 years and, worryingly for opponents, he has no thoughts of hanging up his darts anytime soon.
"I've just won a major. Am I finished? Not by a long shot, no," he told Sky Sports.
"As long as you keep yourself quite healthy then you can go on a lot longer, it's not football."
Taylor's one-time protege Adrian Lewis is the two-time defending champion of the tournament, although 'Jackpot' has endured a difficult year.
Taylor believes the pressure is firmly on the 27-year-old to perform at Alexandra Palace this year.
"I think he's under pressure, without a shadow of a doubt," Taylor said of Lewis.
"He's had a tough year. He's been beaten a few times, so that's going to be in the back of his mind.
"He's going to play well, but I think other people are playing well against him as well and beginning to beat him."
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