The game against Wigan at the weekend was Carragher's 653rd for the club.
With second place in the club's all-time appearance list a realistic proposition before the end of the season, the 33-year-old doesn't see himself retiring any time soon.
He told LFC Weekly: "I want to play for Liverpool as long as I can. I picked up some of the papers after the Chelsea game and each one said 'veteran Carragher'. It made me think to myself: 'God - I mustn't have too long left.' I know that at a minimum I have two-and-a-half years - and that time will fly."