Miroslav Klose has claimed that he has not yet decided whether he will retire from international football after this Sunday's World Cup final.
The 36-year-old has scored 71 goals on the international stage since making his debut 13 years ago, but the Lazio striker is keen to stress that he could continue to make himself available to Joachim Low in the future.
"What counts for me is that we lift that thing," Klose told reporters. "I can't celebrate if I lose my second final.
"I will make an on-the-fly decision on Sunday. I can still play, I must emphasise."
Klose broke Ronaldo's World Cup record with his 16th goal in the 7-1 thrashing of Brazil on Tuesday.