Ronaldinho has no desire to retire from professional football despite having his contract with Fluminense terminated by mutual consent.
Ronaldinho has insisted he will continue playing football despite being left without a club after his contract with Fluminense was terminated by mutual consent last month.
Brazil icon Ronaldinho signed for Fluminense in July following a season with Mexican outfit Queretaro, but departed the club on September 28.
Ronaldinho struggled to make a positive impact at the four-time Brazilian Serie A champions, appearing in just nine matches.
The 35-year-old has now revealed he does not intend to hang up his boots and is still being courted by other teams.
"I will continue [playing] for some time. Offers come and go every day," Ronaldinho told Radio Rede Atlantida.
"I feel good, my health is good. It's a sign clubs are still interested in me.
"From the way I have been training, I think I can still perform at the same level as the players today, and that keeps me going."