AS he stands on the brink of his 400th appearance for The Wire, Ben Westwood feels he still has one more year left in him.

The England international’s contract with the club expires at season’s end, meaning his 15-year stay at the club could be about to end.

However, Westwood feels he could still contribute to Wolves’ cause in 2018 and is keen to do so.

He also admits to having one key thing he wants to accomplish.

“Taking my daughter Tyler up to lift the Challenge Cup trophy in 2010 was my greatest moment with Warrington,” he said.

“I was told I wasn’t allowed to take her up there, but we snuck her in and got a picture of her up there at the royal box.

“I’d like to get my other daughter Grace up there now, it’d be nice to take her up to that podium as well.

“One more year, let’s see if we can do it.

“I feel alright, slowing down and having footwork that’s not quite there comes to us all but I feel good.

“I feel as though I can do a job down the middle.

“Suspensions and injuries mean I haven’t played as much as I’d have liked this year.

“I still feel I can compete with the best and while I think that, I’ll keep going. It’s yet to be sorted out, we’ll have to wait and see.”

The 36-year-old admits there have been a few points earlier in his career where his body was telling him to retire.

However, he says learning how to “win the mind game” with his body has enabled him to carry on.

“I think a lot of it is mental toughness. My body was telling me it was time to stop when I was 25,” he said.

“I’d play a game and be so sore that I couldn’t walk for two or three days.

“I don’t feel any sorer now after games at 36 than I did 10 years ago. It’s all a mind game.

“I had my shoulder fixed last year and that feels good. I broke my hand but that was a freakish thing, it could have happened to anybody.”

Despite saying he would like to carry on for another year, ‘Super Bennie’ admits his thoughts have turned to life after rugby league.

“I’d love a bash on the TV, I could do a job at commentating but I don’t think they’d have me!” he said.

“I’d like to think there’d be some kind of role for me here, there’s been brief discussions about that.

“I’ve got a business that is in the process of being set up so hopefully that kicks off and I can still hold down something at the club.”