Andriy Shevchenko says he will make an announcement on whether or not to hang up his boots for good when he comes back from holiday.
The 35-year-old's current deal with Dynamo Kiev, the club where he started his career, is set to expire in July and he has been linked with a big money move to North America's Major League Soccer.
Shevchenko admits he is weighing up offers from within the Ukraine and abroad, but says he will not be rushed into a decision.
"At the moment, I have not made a decision about my future - whether to continue playing football or retire, whether to stay in Ukraine or leave the country," he said.
"I have offers from clubs abroad and from Dynamo Kiev. Let me take a breather after the Euros and make a decision.
"I will certainly stay in football. Football is a bit more than a game for me. It is what I live for."
The former Chelsea star retired from international football recently having headed two goals in the co-hosts' 2-1 Euro 2012 victory over Sweden.
The final is set to be played in his hometown of Kiev on Sunday but Shevchenko refused to be drawn on who he was backing out of holders Spain, Portugal, Germany and Italy to win the tournament.
"It is really hard to predict. Four of the strongest teams have made their way to the semi-final," he said.
"They are all well prepared physically and psychologically. We can expect very interesting semi-finals and great entertainment in these games."