The 37-year-old signed for the Dons in 2014 and is hoping to be offered a contract extension at the end of the season despite his advancing years.
Bulman has made it clear that he has no plans for retirement and will be available to Neal Ardley and Wimbledon for as long as the men upstairs want him at the club.
He said: “It’s not my decision how long I have left at this level, it is out my hands, all I can do is play as well as I can and hopefully nick another year and see where we go from there really.
“I want to play as long as I can, if we go up I wanna play in League One with these boys, if they want to keep me on. I have played in League One most of my career so I know what it is about.
“The older you get the wiser you get, you read the game well, I’ve still got the legs so we will see.
“Neal is definitely one of the better managers I have worked under because he is young and understanding and he is approachable. This club has a great fan base and it is only going to grow.”
Wimbledon have a relatively young and inexperienced squad compared to many of their League Two rivals.
The experience of the likes of Bulman and club captain Paul Robinson will be invaluable to the side as they approach the crunch end of the season.
Ardley and the Dons are aiming for the play-offs this season and take on one of their main obstacles on the road to Wembley tomorrow when Accrington visit Kingsmeadow.
Taylor hobbled off at Sixfields with an ankle injury and losing the in-form striker would be a massive blow for the Dons this weekend.
Ardley added: “Everyone else is good, but we have to look at the games next week as well and try and decide if we give someone a breather or two.
“Ultimately, if you keep flogging them their performances will dip and you’ll wish you had freshened them up.
“We will have a look at the game and what we think the right way to approach it is.”