Arjen Robben has suggested that he could hang up his boots when his Bayern Munich contract runs out in the summer of 2018.
Former PSV and Chelsea star recently signed a one-year contract extension with the Bundesliga Champion at the beginning of the year but it could well be his last after he acknowledged he is coming to the end of his illustrious career.Also, Read; Official: Bayern Munich sign CorentinTolisso from Lyon
33-year-old Holland skipper who has yet to make a final decision on whether he will keep playing at that point, but the winger is aware that he is approaching retirement.
'I am approaching the end of my career, that is the reality,' Robben told Kicker.
'More and more, I am starting to look forward to whatever is coming my way after my career.
'I am very relaxed, I am not worried too much about what will happen in 2018. I am just focusing on the here and now.
'The one thing I know for sure is that I will return to Netherlands after my career, to Groningen. I still have close ties with my boyhood club. I might be able to do something there.
'But I want six months away from the game first and just don't do anything at all.'
Robben enjoyed another successful campaign at the highest level, scoring 13 goals and creating nine assists in 26 Bundesliga game.