Mitchell Aubusson is set to make a call on his future with the Sydney Roosters.
Aubusson is off contract at the end of this season and is still undecided if he will play in 2020.
The 31-year-old has made 273 appearances for the Roosters and if he does extend his stay with the club, he could push that tally to over 300 games.
If this were to happen, he has the chance of becoming the most capped Rooster ever, overtaking 301-gamer Anthony Minichiello.
Aubusson claims breaking these records are not a motivating factor to stay on, beyond this season.
“Honestly, I haven’t thought much about that at all,” Aubusson told the Brisbane Times.
“The milestone games show the hard work you’ve put in, but it’s a team game and the individual stuff doesn’t affect me that much.
“Yes, it’s a number but for me it’s about being successful, challenging myself every week. That’s where I get the excitement out of playing footy.”
When further questioned about whether or not it was an honour to be recognised alongside legendary Roosters, Aubusson said: “Yeah, but It’s not something I look for. Obviously, some great guys have played for the Roosters and it’s not something I’ve thought about.
“I feel really good at the moment, the body feels good,” Aubusson said.
“Family comes into it as well. It’s a pretty demanding job, it’s 24-7 without being at the place all the time.
“You are always thinking about footy. Having a young child obviously has a bit to do with how the future goes. If they are happy for me to keep playing and the body holds up, I’ll keep on contributing.
“I want to play well for the next few weeks and help the team get through the Origin period.”