FC Twente's veteran goalkeeper Sander Boschker has no plans to retire and is hopeful of extending his deal in Enschede.
The 41-year-old, currently sidelined with a calf injury, says talks with Twente over a contract extension are yet to begin.
But Boschker does not want to hang up his gloves on a low note and is keen to play at least one more season before retirement.
He told Voetbal International: "I still enjoy it and am still very motivated.
"In addition, I still am injured, I do not want to end with such a year. I want a dignified farewell.
"From the club I have not heard anything, but it is only January. If I am fit again there will undoubtedly be a conversation with the coach (Steve McClaren) and the chairman (Joop Munsterman)."
Meanwhile, Twente have announced the signing of Brazilian forward Jaja Coelho on loan from Dubai-based club Al-Ahli for the rest of the season.
Steve McClaren's side have the option to buy the 25-year-old former Feyenoord man in the summer.