Updated: Sep 8
Robert Lewandowski has no plans to end his career anytime soon, the prolific striker has confirmed.
The Polish frontman says he would like to play at the highest level for many more years.
Lewandowski who won the Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal, and Champions League with Bayern Munich, insists his current contract at the Allianz Arena won’t be his last.
"First of all, my current contract will definitely not be the last. I intend to play at the highest level after 2023," Lewandowski told Onet and Przeglad Sportowy.
"I do not think about what I will do later. I'm not worried about my health and fitness, but I hope that mentally I'll be still at the right level and you won't get rid of me that quickly.
"When I'm done playing, there will be many options, but I don't have specific plans. It depends on what my emotions tell me."
Lewandowski also spoke about how he was dreaming of winning the Champions League which he eventually won with Bayern last month.
"I have been working for this success for 20-something years," Lewandowski said.
"We often only see the end result, but as a child, I had dreams in which I strongly believed. Now, at 32, one of my greatest dreams has come true.
"What we will win in the future will be perhaps not so much an 'addition' as 'something extra'."