Experienced Juventus captain Alessandro Del Piero intends to continue playing long after his contract in Turin expires in the summer.
The 37-year-old is out of contract with the Bianconeri at the end of the season and the club's president, Andrea Agnelli, has ruled out extending his deal.
The skipper has previously expressed an interest in moving to the Premier League, while he has also recently been linked with a Major League Soccer switch.
Italian World Cup-winner Del Piero is currently not looking any further ahead than seeing out his Juve contract, but the forward has no plans to hang up his boots.
"I don't want to stop playing. I want to continue for another 10 years, or at least five," he told Sky Italia.
"My future is at Juventus for now. In my mind there is only Juve.
"When you still have the legs, the passion and the mind you only think of playing. I don't think of stopping or playing elsewhere.
"I only want to concentrate on the team's positive moment."