Kasey Keller has reconfirmed he will retire at the end of the current Major League Soccer season.
The Seattle Sounders goalkeeper said last season that this would be his last but it was unclear if he would stay on the for the CONCACAF Champions League campaign.
With the Sounders through to the knockout phase, there was conjecture as to whether or not the ex-Millwall, Fulham and Tottenham gloveman would go on but he has revealed that he will be done once the MLS season is finished and hopes to take another US Open Cup with him as well as pushing for the MLS title.
"No, no. I'm done at the end of the (MLS) season," he told The Seattle Times.
"It's cool. I'd be tremendously happy to go out winning another (Open Cup), and there's no reason why we can't go on and challenge for the MLS Cup, as well. It's exactly happening the way I wanted it to happen - that the team plays well, that my form's been good and just finish on a high."