David Beckham is not thinking about retirement, the Los Angeles Galaxy star told the Los Angeles Times on Friday.
"It's always harder when you're 37," Beckham told the Times. "You always have niggling injuries and you always find it harder to get over games."
Beckham said he wants to play as long as possible.
"So we'll see what age I finish at," he said. "I love the game so I want to continue playing it. I still obviously want to play at a high level. And if I feel that I can't play at that level then I'll try to stop."
Beckham led the Galaxy to the MLS Cup last season and made the All-Star team this year but faced disappointment this summer when he was not selected for the Great Britain Olympic team.
Beckham said condititioning is not a problem for him at this time.
"I feel fine. I feel great," Beckham said. "I've always made sure that I looked after myself throughout my career. And I think it's what I had done before I was 30 that set me up so I can play still at 37 at a good standard."