Udinese veteran Antonio di Natale has dropped all thoughts of retirement.
Di Natale, 37, announced his retirement last season, only to be persuaded to play on.
"Football is my life, as without motivation at my age it'd be tough to keep up with the youngsters," Totò told reporters.
"I still feel the tension before a game and that allows me to find my concentration. The effect of the adrenaline is still a strong buzz.
"My objective is to score 200 Serie A goals and after that to beat Roberto Baggio's record of 205."
Di Natale currently has 197 Serie A strikes in his career, four already this term.
"A new stadium is being built and I'd like to be there the day it is inaugurated. I'm taking it one day at a time. I can say that after retirement I'd like to stay in the football world, maybe as a Coach."
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