Carlos Tevez has revealed that he intends to retire from football when his Boca Juniors contract expires in 2019.
Tevez re-joined Boca for the second time in January after a short spell at Chinese Super League outfit Shanghai Shenhua, where he was reportedly the highest-paid footballer in the world.
The 34-year-old has only scored four times since returning to Boca, and the centre-forward is already preparing for retirement.
"I think that when my contract ends at the end of next year I will [retire]," Tevez told Canal 13. "Other times, I missed the club when I left, but this time it won't be the same. I won't go to another team and I'll retire with this jersey.
"I don't want to retire and then become a coach or director. I must prepare for such a role first."
Tevez has represented the likes of Manchester United, Manchester City and Juventus during his professional career.