Inter captain Javier Zanetti says he will "certainly" end his career with the club, although not for another two years.
The 37-year-old Argentine has been with Inter since 1995 and won the treble last season to crown a golden era in the club's history.
Speaking to ESPN, he said: "I am very happy. I didn't expect to be here for so long with a team as important as Inter.
"I am very happy to have played all these games with the blue and black shirt. Being captain for so many years is a reason to be proud.
"I have a contract for another two years in which I hope to play. Then I will judge how I feel in that moment.
"I will certainly close my career at Inter," he concluded.
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