The veteran hints he expects to continue next season at Anfield.
“Every interview you do now your age is brought up. I still feel fine in myself, so why not push for as long as you can? You're a long time retired, so I want to keep going and keep pushing myself," he told liverpoolfc.com.
The midfielder, who turned 35 in January, added: “Obviously it's very short term when you get to this age because anything can happen; we know that in football anyway, even when you're younger.
“But so far I feel good, I still feel no different to what I did five, seven, eight, 10 years ago in terms of covering the distance in games and things like that. It's no different. So, crack on."
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