However, he admits he could walk away from the game when the time comes for him to hang up the playing boots.
“I'm doing my coaching badges at the moment and I have enjoyed doing them, but I could easily disappear back to Donegal with the family and not have too much to do with football," he told the Sunday World.
“If that happens, I will miss football, don't get me wrong, because I love it. That love for football has never faded for me through the years.
“I go in every day and I love it. I'm grateful that I am able to work in this profession and I love working hard in training every day.
“Will I go into management? I honestly don't know. I've worked under a lot of great managers, all very different in the way they do things, and you learn something from each one of them.
“If I went into coaching and management, I'd take what I have seen from each of them with me into that job, soak up all the information each one brings, and try to blend it all together for when you become a coach or a manager.
“I see a lot of players saying life after football can be a scary thought, but it doesn't frighten me at all.
“I'm not going to miss the feeling of being a footballer. It won't leave a void in my life. It doesn't scare me at all."
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