The 41-year old goalkeeper is set to close the curtain on a brilliant career, which saw him at the top of his game with the likes of Millwall, Leicester City, Rayo Vallecano, Tottenham, Borussia Monchengladbach, Fulham and the USA national team, when the Sounders meet Chivas USA in the final regular season match of the 2011 MLS season this coming weekend.
Keller says he is only looking forward as far as the Chivas meeting as he has revealed he is yet to think much about his future after his playing days are over.
"Chivas, next weekend," he quipped when asked what was next.
"It's going to be interesting to sit down at the end of the season and figure that all out. What I didn't want to do was focus on something before I was done with something else. And that's truly the way I've always tried to approach this thing is, 'I'm going to have a whole lot more years when people don't want me to play than when they want me to play,' so while I'm playing focus 100 percent on the job at hand and then when the time comes we'll sit down and get that side of things taken care of.
"I'm not one of those guys that's said, 'I definitely want to be a coach,' or 'I definitely want to go into media,' or, 'I definitely want to go back room.' I'm interested by a lot of things and I think what I'd love to do is wear a bunch of different hats and see which one fits right. I'm looking forward to that next step in the game."