Liverpool midfielder has no intention of retiring.
Liverpool midfielder Steven Gerrard has insisted he is keen to continue his playing career according to Sky Sports.
The England star will be 33 years old in May but insists he has no intention of retiring any time soon.
Gerrard remains a vital part of Brendan Rodgers’ Liverpool side and has not missed a minute of the club’s 30 league games this season.
Gerrard is also continuing to find the back of the net, helping his side with eight goals this season.
The Anfield club’s head of performance, Glen Driscoll, believes Gerrard and his Liverpool squad-mates are reaping the rewards from a new training schedule that looks to improve the team’s recovery abilities.
There were some who doubted Gerrard will still be playing now after he suffered a spate of injuries early on in his career.
But the England midfielder is continuing to put in top quality performances at the highest level and feels he still has much to contribute to the Merseyside club.
The club fully believe that Gerrard has plenty of years left in him and can play a key role in Brendan Rodgers’ attempts to restore the club into the Premier League elite.
Rodgers overhauled the club’s medical department after arriving from Swansea bringing in Driscoll to make the changes the likes of Gerrard are now benefitting from.