Paul Scholes admits he has no immediate plans to retire from football, despite nearing his 36th birthday.
A masterclass on Monday night against Newcastle showed that his footballing brain is still at the very top level, even if his legs aren't as quick as they used to be.
Scholes says he will continue at Manchester United until he feels he's not able to contribute positively to the way United play, so those of you who like <a href="http://www.betrescue.com/free_bet.shtml" target="_blank">betting online for free</a> would do well to back the ginger Prince playing on beyond this season.
"I haven't set any limits," said Scholes after his starring role in Monday's 3-0 win over Newcastle.
"I'll just keep going, hopefully keep playing well and getting in the team and just see where it goes from there.
"It depends on performances and how you play. I did go through last season thinking this might be the last time I played against this team or stuff like that. But I just don't know. My performances will decide when I finish.
"At 35 I thought that would be it. From being young and first getting into the squad, you just presume everyone will finish at 35 and that's it. Whatever you do after that is a bonus.
"At the end of last season I felt okay and hopefully this season I will do as well."