Roberto Carlos believes be can play for up to four more years after confirming his decision to leave Real Madrid at the end of the season.
The Brazilian left-back, who has been with the Liga giants for 11 years, stated earlier on Friday that this season would be his last at Santiago Bernabeu.
Roberto Carlos has no plans to hang up his boots just yet, but is refusing to say where he will be plying his trade next season.
"I have three or four years more of soccer and I want to play as much as possible," he stated.
"I do not know if it will be in Brazil, Qatar or where."
Roberto Carlos was at fault for Bayern Munich's opener on Wednesday and the 32-year-old is now looking to leave Real on a high.
"After the game, I felt very bad, I have spoken about it a lot and this is the time to end my sporting life at Real Madrid.
"It is my decision. Just as I made the decision to stay last year, the decision to go is down to me.
"I don't want to cheat the Real fans. It is better to leave now and think a little more about my life."