Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic feels he is far from finishing his playing career and believes he is in fact getting better with age.
The veteran Swede's contract at Parc des Princes expires at the end of the season and much has been made about where he will move next, with a switch to the MLS touted.
One thing Ibrahimovic is not considering, is retirement and still feels he has a lot to offer, despite turning 34 last month.
"My body is like a car: the more it is worked, the better it functions," he told Gazzetta dello Sport.
"My age is not telling me to stop. Anything can happen – I feel good and I am playing well. We will see what things are like a month or six months from now.
"I am in shape and I will continue to play until I feel I can contribute. For now football remains the most important thing to me and I will make my decision while thinking like a footballer.
"I feel like I have been part of this project [at PSG] since the beginning. Everything is easier for whoever arrives now. With all due respect to the club, I arrived when things did not work well. We have now built a great team.
"A move to USA? Everything interests me, but there must be a project on the other side. I have my ideas and I know what I want, but it takes two to make a deal."