Daryl Mitchell turns 33 next week but the long-serving Worcestershire opener wants to play for many more years and believes he still has plenty to offer with the bat.
Mitchell enjoyed a successful second half to the 2016 campaign and finished as the County's second highest run-scorer in first class cricket behind Joe Clarke.
He again passed 1,000 first class runs in his benefit year and scored two centuries in a match for the third time in the record-breaking win over Northamptonshire when Worcestershire chased down a 401 target.
Mitchell said: "I love playing the game. It's all I've known really in my adult life, is playing cricket, and it's something I really enjoy.
"I suppose you get to my stage of life and you have to have a slight eye on the future in terms of coaching badges and things like that. You need to be prepared for when you are going to finish.
"But, as far as I am concerned, I want to play as long as I possibly can.
"I am still right up there in all the fitness testing and things like that so there are no problems there.
"As long as I keep scoring my runs, which I'm sure I will do, I want to keep playing as long as I can."
Mitchell is confident there are more good years ahead of him and joked: "If you offered me a contract until I was 50 now, I'd sign it!
"I definitely feel as if I've got a lot to offer and I'm sure I'm going to score plenty more hundreds across the formats."