Tim Cahill has indicated that he is unlikely to stop playing for the Australian national team anytime in the near future. The Everton star has been a superb performer for the Socceroos in most of his 53 appearances and with the national teams goalscoring record in his sights, the 31-year old will continue representing his country for as long as his body will allow him.
"I won't stop playing until my body stops," Cahill told the Daily Star.
"It`s a big thing for us to play for Australia and you do it whenever you can. It has given me some of the best moments of my life and I won`t give that up.
"I am now close to Damian Mori's goals record (29) for Australia - and I would love to beat it (he is now on 24).
"I love football. You try as hard as you can for your club and your country, too."