David Beckham has suggested he would like to extend his stay at Paris Saint Germain when his current deal ends in June.
Former England captain Beckham joined PSG on a short-term deal last month after leaving LA Galaxy.
The 37-year-old made his first start for the club in the midweek French Cup win over Marseille after making a late cameo appearance against the same opposition in Ligue 1 last weekend.
The former Manchester United and Real Madrid midfielder believes he still has a lot to offer and he insists he has plans to play on for as long as possible
"I know I am under contract only for six months, but I really want to contribute to PSG becoming a great club," Beckham told L'Equipe.
"At my age, I cannot get a two or three-year contract, I take each year as it comes.
"If I still feel fit, I will go on playing."
Beckham is delighted to be part of the PSG set-up in such an exciting period in the club's history as they look to establish themselves as a major European force.
"PSG is a great and respected club," added Beckham. "What the chairman and Leonardo (sporting director) are trying to do is to lead PSG to become a great European power. They will succeed and people in Paris start to realize it.
"So it is a special moment in the club's history that gives a special feeling."
Beckham also rejected the notion that his arrival at the Parc des Princes was just a ploy to raise PSG's profile and insists he is not bothered about the suggestion that he is a marketing tool for the club.
Beckham added: "Am I upset people talk about me as a marketing icon? Not at all.
"If I can help selling a lot of shirts, that is no problem, that is fine! It is great to see so many people wearing my shirt. In most of the clubs where I played I heard the same, I came to sell shirts.
"It was like that at Manchester United, Real Madrid, AC Milan or Los Angeles Galaxy. I am very proud people are buying my shirt, but I can still play a bit of football too, I can assure you."