Ghana skipper Asamoah Gyan insists he is not thinking about hanging his boots anytime soon.
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The on-loan Al Ahli striker has been part of the national team set-up for the past decade.
However, a series of niggling injuries have prevented him from putting up his best performances.
The 31-year-old was again injured at the just ended Africa Cup of Nations, prompting doubts among sections of the public as to whether he could continue playing for long.
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But Gyan insists he is not considering an early retirement.
“I still have more time to play, I am still active and got energy, though it is not like before, but I can still play," he said.
“As I said there is more time, I am just hoping for good health and injury free that will be the only thing that can help me to last in the game for long.”