England international Frank Lampard is contemplating his future as he prepares for the World Cup finals in Brazil.
The 35-year-old concedes his trophy-laden 13 years at Chelsea may be coming to an end this summer.
Lampard has won three Premier League titles, picked up the FA Cup four times, enjoyed two League Cup triumphs, while winning the Europa League and Champions League in his time at Stamford Bridge.
But the midfielder insists he would just like to keep playing for another few seasons, although he is unsure where that may be at the moment.
I'd like to carry on for two or three more years but it would be good to end on a high. So, if that means it all ends tomorrow, I wouldn't have any regrets.
Lampard has been linked with a switch to Chelsea's west London rivals Queens Park Rangers, while he also has the option of moving to the United States of America to play in the MLS.
"I don't know if I'll be at Chelsea next season," the former West Ham favourite told The Sun.
"I'd like to carry on for two or three more years but it would be good to end on a high. So, if that means it all ends tomorrow, I wouldn't have any regrets.
"You know your shelf-life, so I started to mentally prepare when I hit 30. I've been doing this for a long time, so there's a part of me that's looking forward to the future."