Northampton Saints wing Bruce Reihana has said that retiring is not on his mind at the moment and he wants to continue in rugby.
The 34-year-old is in his testimonial year and is waiting to see if the Premiership club offer him a new contract beyond 2011.
Reihana told BBC Look East: “I still love playing the game, the physicality, the training and the camaraderie.
“When my body and mind go, that’s when it’s time to give up and it’s certainly not yet.”
The former New Zealand international is the longest-serving player in the Saints squad and signed his fourth contract with the club in January 2010.