Despite his ageing years, Sheffield United defender Glen Little is confident he can still compete at the top of his game.
Little turned 34 yesterday, and although he began his professional career back in 1994, admits he still has plenty to offer.
"When you start off in your football career, they always say you will get your pension at 35," he quipped.
"I knew when I moved here that I was getting to an age where I might not be playing week-in, week-out but people have been dropping out so often it means the squad players have to come in and keep things going.
"At my age, you just take it season-by-season," he admitted
"Only 12 months ago, I was playing for Portsmouth against AC Milan in the UEFA Cup - so it just shows you what can happen in football. I still think I have got another couple of seasons in the tank and it would be nice to have another crack at the Premier League."