Manchester City midfielder, Fernandinho, has said that he's not thinking of retiring from football yet.
Fernandinho, who joined Man City from Shakhtar Donestsk in 2013, believes he still has more years to play at the top of the game.
The 34-year-old said this ahead of Man City's Premier League clash against Chelsea on Saturday.
"I just thank God for that because he gave me a body for it, Of course, I have to take care of myself, but the staff help take care of us," the Brazilian star told Man City's official website on Thursday.
"We have a really good team behind the scenes, and this helps us a lot. We prepare first the mind, then the body and then just go.
"I always say I will play until my mind allows me. If I am happy and motivated to train every day fresh, I will play, but I don't want to say I will be 37, 38...we will see."