Inter legend Javier Zanetti insists he has yet to ponder retirement despite the fact that he will be 38 in August.
"There is still a lot of time to go by before I start thinking of hanging up my boots," the veteran told Olè.
"At this moment in time that is just something that I am not even considering. I just want to keep enjoying myself."
Zanetti, who recently played his 1,000th game as a professional, has been at Inter since 1995 when he arrived with fellow Argentine Sebastian Rambert.
Able to play in defence and midfield, the club captain has won everything on offer with the Nerazzurri.
Last summer, the Argentine signed a new contract with the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza outfit until June 2013.
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