The powerful forward is looking towards his future off the pitch claiming time has gone too fast as he ponders the retirement question ahead of his country's European qualifiersAC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has admitted he is starting to think about life after football.
The Sweden striker, who is in the squad to play Finland and Netherlands in their Group E Euro 2012 qualifiers, admits he is not getting any younger.
However, the 30-year-old believes he can still play on for a little bit longer before calling it a day.
"I am starting to get old, time has gone by fast, but I still want to play for another year or so," Ibrahimovic is quoted as saying by Sportbladet.
"Now I feel more mature and I also have two children now. Time has flown by very quickly and I have changed many teams during my career.
"Everything has just gone by me. Once I retire from football then I will begin to enjoy life.
"I don't know when I will retire, but I want to continue playing for just a little bit longer."
Ibrahimovic was involved in the 2-0 Serie A loss to Juventus, however, he has played down the significance of the result in Turin.
"I don't think we could have done any more in that game," he said.
Sweden play Finland in Helsinki on Friday and are currently second in the group behind Netherlands.