Liverpool and England captain Steven Gerrard could play on until he is 38 believes club manager Brendan Rodgers.
The 32-year-old has been in fine form once again this season under the new management of the Northern Irishman playing in all 31 league games, netting 10 goals and grabbing 10 assists.
Former Swansea boss Rodgers has been impressed by the determination and motivation of the England international who is still trying to help the Merseyside club to finish in a European spot.
The one club man will now focus on Sunday’s tricky game when they host Sam Allardyce’s West Ham.
Rodgers said: “As a captain has been brilliant this year.
“His responsibility on the field and how he manages himself off the field has been first class.
“He’s 33 in May – I still see another three to five years left for him yet, as long as everything holds up with his body.”
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