Republic of Ireland goalkeeper Shay Given believes he can add at least one more major tournament to his 103 caps.
The 33-year-old joined defender Kevin Kilbane in breaking Steve Staunton's international appearance record on Tuesday night - when they both played against Brazil at the Emirates Stadium.
The game, which saw the Brazilians earn a 2-0 victory, was the Republic of Ireland's first outing since their infamous World Cup play-off loss to France earlier in the season.
The next target for the national side is qualifying for the European Championship, a campaign the Manchester City keeper is hoping he can be a part of.
"I never thought I would make three caps, no matter 103," said the former Newcastle shot-stopper.
"You can only go on how you are feeling at the time, and at the moment, I am feeling great.
"I would like to see another campaign through, and we will see after that.
"It was a great honour for myself and Kevin to have broken Steve Staunton's record, but the bottom line is we both want to qualify, and are disappointed we are not going to the World Cup.
"But we both think we can give something to the team to help qualify for the European Championships - I would love to finish with a major tournament.
"Paris was a real kick in the teeth, but you have got to bounce back.
"If you look at the draw we have been given for the European Championships, then we have got a chance.
"We are really going to have to go for it and hopefully I can end my career at a major championship."