Mark Schwarzer has revealed he plans to end his career at Fulham FC.
The 36-year-old will also quit international football for Australia after the 2010 World Cup to concentrate on making sure he stays number one keeper for the Whites.
He said: "The club's given me a new lease of life. It's been a fantastic move for me and there's every possibility I will end my career here.
"My immediate goal is the 2010 World Cup, and it's more than likely I will quit international football after that, but domestically I still want to continue.
"There's a few of us in the Premier League in the late 30s - Edwin Van der Sar has just signed an extension until 2010, David James has just signed a new contract as well and Brad Friedel has signed a three-year deal and he's 37 - so there's hope for me yet."
Schwarzer kept his fourth clean sheet of the season in Saturday's goalless draw at Stoke City, leaving The Whites still searching for their first away win this term.
The Whites will enjoy some respite from away crowds when they host Schwarzer's former club Middlesbrough tomorrow, and he is keen to give boss Roy Hodgson a pre-match scouting report on his old team-mates.
He added: "If the manager asks me about various players, then obviously I could help. Tuncay Sanli and (Stewart) Downing are the ones we've got to look out for."
Schwarzer believes Fulham may be cowering under the pressure applied by boisterous home crowds such as Stoke's, which will be music to the ears of Tottenham Hotspur's fans ahead of the Boxing Day clash at White Hart Lane.
"They can be overpowering at times, but we're going to have to learn to deal with that," he said.
"Expectations are high for the home side, they demand results and they can get very boisterous like they were at Stoke, which makes it difficult for us."