David Healy insists he has no intention of callling time on his international career with Northern Ireland.
Team-mates Stephen Craigan, Aaron Hughes and Maik Taylor have recently announced their retirements but Rangers striker Healy is desperate to add to his record haul of 35 goals in 90 appearances.
The 32-year-old has now turned his attentions to a century of caps and hopes to help Nigel Worthington's side qualify for the World Cup finals of 2014 in Brazil.
"I'm good to go," Healy told the Belfast Telegraph.
"I've still got the hunger and I definitely want to be a part of the next World Cup campaign.
"I hope to earn my 91st cap against Italy on Tuesday and many more after that."