Anfield legend plans to hang up his boots soon.
After 14 years and 676 appearances, Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher admits he could retire at the end of next season.
The 33-year-old has been a regular in the Reds backline since making his debut in the League Cup against Middlesbrough in 1997.
But the ex-England international concedes his long and glittering career may be nearing its end.
Carragher was asked at the Leaders in Football conference in London how long he had left in the game, he replied: “Ask (Liverpool boss) Kenny (Dalglish).
“He picks the team. It will be up to the coaching staff I suppose. You want to try to get as much out of your career and play as long as possible.
“The time will come in the next 12, 18 months, maybe two years.
“That won’t be down to myself. It will be down to the people around me, the staff, the manager. They will decide.”
Carragher’s leadership skills have seen him touted as a future Liverpool boss, and the vice-captain admits he would love to go in to management when he retires.
“Do I want to go in to coaching or management?” he added. “Yes, I think so. “I’ve taken my first steps to coaching and the B licence.
“We all love the game, you want to stay involved in the game.”