Liverpool defender Kolo Toure says he doesn't know whether the Europa League final with Sevilla will be his final game for the Reds, but has said it is important the Reds are winners on Wednesday night in Basel.
Toure is out of contract in the summer but has been preferred to partner Dejan Lovren in the absence of Mamadou Sakho - who recently tested positive in a drugs test for a banned substance.
The Ivorian said that he will try and enjoy the moment, and on a personal level would like to win a European trophy after missing out on the Champions League with Arsenal 10 years ago.
At a pre-match press conference ahead of the final, as reported by the Liverpool Echo, Toure said: "Everywhere I have been I have been winning trophies and it would mean a lot to me because relationship I have with fans is amazing.
“I am a team player. The manager knows who will play the game. What is important is that we win.
“I just try to enjoy the time as much as possible. I’ve played 15 years and you don’t get in this kind of situation very often.”
Given that was seen at the start of the season a player who'd come in to the side every now and then and cover for others, Toure has managed to notch up 25 appearances in all competitions this season.
If Toure is left out of the side that faces West Bromwich Albion at the weekend, then one would think he is in line for a start on Wednesday evening - especially as he played both legs of the semi-final against Villarreal, and impressed in both legs of the tie.
Toure has yet to win silverware with Liverpool, but came close with the Reds earlier on in the season in the League Cup final - where they lost to Manchester City - and two years ago in the title race.
He is one of the most experienced players in the squad, and if he feels he can perform to the level he can lately, he may yet have another year at Anfield.