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Dublin forward Paul Flynn says he wants to play on next summer as he looks to claim a sixth All-Ireland medal.
The Fingallians right half forward, who won his first Celtic Cross in 2011 under Pat Gilroy, has not been a guaranteed starter in Jim Gavin's Dublin line-up this summer.
But the 31-year-old, who scored three points off the bench in the All-Ireland semi-final win over Tyrone and was an early substitute for the injured Jack McCaffrey in the one-point All-Ireland final victory over Mayo, says he is determined to play on in 2018.
"I'm still fit, healthy and hungry for football so I'll keep going until the body doesn't let me go any longer," he told RTE.
"Once I'm enjoying it and I'm able to keep playing at the level I'm playing at, I'll keep going."
Missing the Championship already? eir Sport will broadcast up to 30 games from the GAA Football and Hurling Club Championships in 2017, including the Dublin club football championship final between Ballymun Kickhams and reigning Dublin champions St Vincent's from Parnell Park on Bank Holiday Monday, 30 October, which will be shown live on eir Sport 2 [throw-in 7pm].
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