Franck Ribery has suggested that he wants to remain playing at 'a high level' for at least two more seasons.
The winger is available on a free transfer this summer after spending the last 12 years at Bayern Munich, in which he made 425 appearances in all competitions.
The Frenchman played a reduced role at the German giants during the most recent campaign, featuring in the starting lineup on just 10 occasions for Bundesliga fixtures.
However, the 36-year-old has indicated that he is only interested in representing "a big club" as teams consider making an offer for his services.
Ribery told L'Equipe: "I'm still hungry and I think I can still give things. As long as I think that I have a high level in my head and legs, I'll go for it.
"I'll never cheat. I can still play for a big club. Let me think, I want to play for two more seasons."
A report had claimed that newly-promoted Sheffield United are keen on Ribery, although a switch to Bramall Lane appears highly unlikely at this stage of the summer.body check tags ::