The 265-game veteran will make a decision on his playing future at the end of the 2014 season.
Carlton star Chris Judd will delay a decision on his playing future until the end of the season, saying his body would determine whether or not he would play on next season.
“I am pretty clear on what I want to do at the end of the year. At the end of the day, I think it’s your body that really decides whether or not you keep playing,” Judd said on Wednesday.
“It’s the wise thing to do, to make that decision at the end of the year when you know exactly where your body sits.
“All will be revealed soon enough.”
Judd comes out of contract at the end of the season and has played only six matches in 2014 due to achilles tendon and hamstring injuries.
The 30-year-old said his body was “feeling fine” at the moment, and that he did not want his retirement decision to be a distraction for his team-mates.
Judd added that he has spoken to Carlton coach Mick Malthouse about his playing future.
“I have spoken to Mick in passing about retirement and I understand that I have his blessing if I want to go on and if I want to call it an end this year, then he will support that decision, too,” he said.
“I am really clear I have his support regardless of which way I choose to go.”
Carlton currently sit 14th on the AFL ladder and face the Kangaroos on Friday night.