Juventus and Portugal superstar has plans to go well beyond the age of 35.
The Juventus striker shared his ambitions after taking the lead as Serie A’s top goal scorer with 12 goals in 10 matches this week.
In addition to Cup competitions, Ronaldo has delivered 16 goals in 14 games for Juventus, and is set to defy the odds with a target of ‘many, many years’ to offer.
Asked about the approaching possibility of retirement, Ronaldo said:
"If you feel motivated, it doesn't matter,” the 35-year-old said via Sky.
"Cristiano now is good. I feel in a great moment, but I don't know tomorrow what's going to happen. I live the present, the moment. Moment is good, I feel happy.
"I feel still good, sharp and in a good moment in my life. I hope to play many, many years more, but you never know. This is football, we don't know what's going to happen tomorrow.
"I win [with] every club that I played with, but World Cup… it's a dream. It's a dream” concluded the football icon.
Meanwhile, Ronaldo's Juventus are placed sixth place with 10 points behind leaders AC Milan after 13 games, including a game in hand.
Andrea Pirlo’s men will host Udinese on Sunday.