Thierry Henry insists he is not thinking about his playing future beyond the 2014 MLS season.

The New York Red Bulls striker is in the final year of his contract but has not decided on his plans other than pushing for the 2014 MLS Cup following last season's Supporters' Shield-winning campaign.

"Hopefully," Henry said of New York's title chances at the club's media day on Monday.

"We went on a little run at the end of the season.

"The Supporters' Shield was such a big thing for us. I know for you guys maybe it's not that, but for the Red Bull fans it was pretty important. We wanted to carry on and win an MLS Cup and we didn't."

The 36-year old former Arsenal and Barcelona star added: "We're going to see what's going to happen during the season. I'm not even thinking about it, anything after.

"I just want to have a strong season like we had towards the end and build on like that and carry on like that.

"I'm not going to think about if it's going to be the last one or not. I don't even have that on my mind right now."

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