Legendary Spanish striker Raul claims he is as determined as ever to secure UEFA Champions League glory.
The 33-year-old frontman is currently enjoying a fitting swansong to his career at German outfit Schalke.
He joined the Bundesliga outfit last summer, bringing to an end a 16-year association with Real Madrid.
During his time at the Bernabeu, Raul broke countless records and lifted the European Cup on three occasions.
He has an opportunity to add to that enviable medal collection this season, with Schalke set to face Manchester United in the semi-finals.
Tuesday's first leg will offer Raul and co the chance to establish an important lead on home soil, and the competition's all-time leading goalscorer insists he is desperate to get his hands on Europe's top prize one more time.
"Have I had enough yet? No, it's fun again," he said.
"That's also why I came to Schalke. I was at Real for 16 years and needed a change.
"As long as my body can cope, I want to play."
Raul covered more ground than any other player during Schalke's 7-3 aggregate success against Inter Milan in the quarter-finals and accepts that he is likely to have to work just as hard against United.
"I'm very happy at Schalke and in perfect shape," he added.
"This is what we train for and we work hard on getting ourselves in great physical condition. We will also have to cover a lot of ground against United.
"They're a good side but we must go out and enjoy ourselves. I'm hoping we'll be successful."
Who will contest the UEFA Champions League final?
Schalke and Barca
Schalke and Madrid
Man Utd and Barca
Man Utd and Madrid