Dan Carter would love to play rugby forever, but the All Blacks legend says he is looking forward to spending more time with his family when he retires.
Back in New Zealand after having surgery on his neck, the 37-year-old first-five told Seven Sharp that he has appreciated the chance to spend time with his three sons; Marco, Fox and Rocco.
“Three boys, it’s full on – It’s a madhouse,” Carter said.
“I took Marco our oldest son to his first All Blacks game on the weekend so that was cool.
“It’s great being around and doing special things like that with the boys, which I haven’t been able to do a lot of to be honest.
“The beauty is you can’t play rugby forever, as much as I’d love to, I’ll be able to return to a bit of normality soon.”