349-game veteran Adam Goodes will decide his future at the end of the Swans’ finals campaign.
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Sydney Swans veteran Adam Goodes says he will not decide whether to play on in 2015 until the current season is over.
The 34-year-old dual Brownlow Medallist will play his 350th game for the Swans in Friday’s preliminary final against North Melbourne at ANZ Stadium.
Drafted in 1997, Goodes played his first game in 1999 and if he decides to play on in 2015, it would be his 17th campaign.
“Playing on next year is definitely something that hasn’t come into my head space over the last two months,” Goodes said on Wednesday.
“All those thoughts and decisions I think will be made post season for me.
“I’m truly excited about this weekend and playing in a home prelim.
“The enthusiasm is still there and the desire is still there to suit up and play at this level.
“I still think I’ve a lot to offer at this level as well, so what happens in the next couple of weeks will play itself out.”
Sydney defender Nick Malceski looks to have overcome a hamstring injury as is likely to face to Kangaroos for a spot in the Grand Final.