Cristiano Ronaldo wants to play till Euro 2024
Manchester United's forward says he has no plans to retire soon
His journey is not over yet, which means you will continue to see him out on the field for a while longer.
He didn't give an exact timeframe or say whether he was considering retirement at any point in the future.
Ronaldo said, "I will not allow heart and dedication to have been sacrificed for the scraps of a few moments... I find this really unfair."
The 37-year-old Ronaldo said, "My ambition is great. I want to be part of the World Cup and the Euros."
He's expecting to play at Qatar 2022 in his 10th major international tournament for his country.
The forward's brace against the Republic of Ireland in September 2021
Let him surpass Iranian great Ali Daei's haul of 109 goals as the record international scorer.
Despite being benched for some competitive matches this summer
Ronaldo remained on the Manchester United team by scoring a goal in their last game against FC Sheriff of Moldova.