Geelong veteran Jared Rivers says he is not thinking about his future beyond this season.
The 30-year-old has been in good form of late, and the Cats have won their past two games to sit just outside the eight on percentage.
The former Melbourne defender has battled niggling injuries this season and is being realistic on his future, despite his positive form.
“It’s only round six. I know where I’m at physically [and] mentally I am fine, it’s just more physically for me,” Rivers told AFL.com.au.
“It’s just getting through the next few weeks. I look forward to the split round and then continue my season on from there.”
Geelong face Sydney this Saturday night at the SCG.
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