Oliver Kahn admits he wants to get his name on the scoresheet before retiring.
The Bayern Munich goalkeeper will hang up his gloves at the end of the current season, but says he would love to score before ending his illustrious playing career.
Kahn told dpa: "When you look at the statistics there is still a nil in my 'goals scored' column.
"That is the only thing that still annoys me. Maybe I'll still manage it? How about me getting a goal in the 90th minute with the score at 1-1?"
The 38-year-old, who has made 415 appearances for the German giants, says he does not have time to start thinking about his final appearances in the Bundesliga because he is simply too busy.
He added: "I saw in the first half of the season that I don't have time to enjoy my farewell.
"I'm just too busy concentrating on the daily business and the goals that we as a team have set ourselves.
"I will probably only realise everything after I have played my last game, but at the moment I just don't have time as the schedule is so busy."