LeBron James is still playing at a very high level, so the idea of him retiring in the near future is something most fans have not thought about. The four-time MVP hasn’t given it much thought, either.

LeBron will turn 37 on Thursday. After he recorded a triple-double with 32 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists in a win over the Houston Rockets on Tuesday night, he was asked if he has any idea how much longer he might play. He acknowledged that he is “on the other side of the hill” in his career, but James said he hasn’t thought much about retirement because he’s playing at such a high level.

“I’m still playing at such a high level, I haven’t given it too much thought,” James said, via Michael Corvo of Clutch Points.