The Bayern Munich attacker believes he still has four good years ahead of him to continue playing football professionally.
Robert Lewandowski has played professionally since 2006 when he debuted for Polish club Znicz Pruszkow.
He then moved in 2008 to Lech Poznan before jumping to the German Bundesliga in 2010 with Borussia Dortmund.
It was in 2014 when he joined the Black and Yello arch-rivals Bayern Munich and where he has been more successful ever since.
And just a few weeks from turning 31 years old, the Polish striker is sure he can continue doing what he loves.
“I want to play for at least another four years,” he told the Bundesliga website.
“I don’t feel like I’m about to turn 31.”
“I’ll try to make the most of my time, and that means keeping myself in the best shape possible,” he added.
“A football career doesn’t last that long.”
“Everything I do should help me to keep playing,” he concluded.
Pep Guardiola, his former manager at Bayern, once said about him: “He’s the most professional player I’ve ever worked with.”
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