Socceroos legend Tim Cahill insists he's not thinking about retirement for club or country at the end of the World Cup as he prepares to play in a fourth tournament.
The 38-year-old is the fourth-oldest player in Russia and is without a club contract after being released last month by English club Millwall, leading to speculation the country's greatest goalscorer will soon call time on his career.
Asked about his future, Cahill said "We train today. We train the day after and we play France. That's all that's in my mind".