Kelvin Davis has no intention of hanging up his boots just yet, but admitted he would one day like to coach at Southampton.
The 35-year-old, who has conceded just two goals in his last seven outings, is 27 games away from breaking Eric Martin's record for most post-war appearances in goal for the club.
Should Davis reach that milestone, he would then be 10 games off 300 appearances for the Saints, which is a landmark he has his eye on.
"Personally I want to get to 300 games," Davis told the Daily Echo.
"I wore a little T-shirt after 200 and maybe people wouldn't think that I would get to 300.
"Here I am late 200s. That's my first milestone and if I can get to that then who knows?"
He added: "I enjoy it, I've always got a smile on my face and I feel genuinely privileged to put the shirt on. I just want to play as long as I can.
"The natural progression would probably be into coaching.
"I would love to coach for Southampton one day, but I feel I've got a few years ahead of me yet."