Liverpool and England captain Steven Gerrard says he will consider his international future after next summer’s World Cup.
The midfielder won his 108th cap on Tuesday night -- equalling the total gained by 1966 World Cup-winning captain Bobby Moore -- as Germany won the friendly at Wembley 1-0.
Gerrard indicated in August that 2014 might be his final year as an international player.
And Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers suggested earlier this month that he expects the 33-year-old to retire from international football after the World Cup finals in Brazil.
Gerrard insists he has not yet made a final decision, but is thinking about his England future.
He told BBC Radio Five Live: "I think the appetite and desire to go on will still be there; of course it will be. I want to play football for as long as I can.
"But I think it’s going to be a case of going to Brazil, giving it my best and then, when the tournament’s over, I’ll chat to the right people, and then I’ll make the decision -- because I don't think it’s one you can make overnight."Gerrard’s 108th cap puts him joint-third with former West Ham captain Moore on England’s all-time appearance list, behind only David Beckham [115 caps] and Peter Shilton .