AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - MAY 05: Benji Marshall of the Tigers leads the team out during the round nine NRL match between the New Zealand Warriors and the Wests Tigers at Mt Smart Stadium on May 5, 2018 in Auckland, New Zealand. (Photo by Anthony Au-Yeung/Getty Images)

Heading into his 300th career game this weekend, Wests Tigers veteran Benji Marshall isn’t concerned with his long term future with the club and is taking it game-to-game.

“At this point in time I haven’t had discussions with the club,” he told media members on Wednesday

“I’m trying to hold it off for as long as I can and prepare well enough every week.”

The 34-year-old debuted with the club in 2003 and his teammates are getting behind him for his milestone game. They’re also not concerned with his decision past this season.

“There’s not doubt that if he wants to play, then he can go again,” said Robbie Farah. “If he goes the way he’s going; there’s no reason he can’t [keep playing]”.

Ahead of round 17, Cameron Smith will play his 400th game, the first of any player ever and Gavin Cooper will join Marshall with his own 300 milestone.