Napier: Tendulkar rubbished rumours on his retirement and said that he is motivated enough to keep going as long as he enjoys the game.
More than 29,000 international runs -- including 85 centuries -- under his belt, Tendulkar has little left to achieve in the world of cricket. The champion batsman, however, insists he has not run out of motivation yet and would go on as long as he continues performing.
"I'm not in a position to answer that," he said, in response to a question on how long he sees himself in international cricket.
"I've not made up my mind yet. I'm extremely happy to be in this position and enjoying every outing. It has been fantastic journey," he said.
"I have been through various challenges and ups and downs. It's all circles of life and I want to complete the circle.
"As long as I'm enjoying and giving my best, I'll continue to play. The day I start feeling otherwise, that will be the time to stop," he explained.