Winger Franck Ribery has announced that he will not play for another European team once he leaves Bundesliga champions FC Bayern München.
The France international has returned to the first team fold under new manager Carlo Ancelotti after an injury prone campaign in Pep Guardiola's final season in charge.
And with the return to the starting XI, the 33-year-old's form earned himself a new contract running till the end of the 2018 season and he revealed, after it expires, he may hang up his boots.
"In Europe, Bayern is my last club – 100 per cent," Ribery told Eurosport. "Do I need a different experience or idea? If so, only just for fun, not like now at Bayern.
"Maybe I'll quit after my time at Bayern; maybe I will play somewhere else for one more year.
"How do they say in Munich? 'Schau'n mer mal' ['We'll see']. We'll see how this season goes and then the one after that," he added.
"I know that the door for me to renew again here is always open."