Harry Kewell insists he is still on the lookout for a new club after finding himself in the football wilderness for almost 12 months.
"He's a good example of someone who is still competitive and he's, what, 38 or 39?," Kewell said of Del Piero.
"Football has changed, I think. It used to be that you would start considering retirement after 30 but guys now are playing well on into their thirties.
"Obviously to be considered for the Socceroos again I need to get a club. I would move back to Australia again, definitely.
"I would consider any offer. I'm open to all suggestions. I feel like I still have a few good seasons left. But whatever the decision is it has to be the right one for me and my family."