http://manly-daily.whereilive.com.au/sport/story/nrl-sea-eagles-beaver-menzies-age-will-not-weary-him/ SEA Eagles legend Steve Menzies has declared his next season playing in France will bring down the curtain on his illustrious career - probably. Rugby league's Peter Pan, who turns 39 in December, is back in Australia for a break with his family before his third season with Super League club Catalans. And "Beaver" doesn't look a day older than he did when he played his final game for Manly in the 2008 grand final. "I've just signed one more 12 month deal, I'm pretty sure that will be it," Menzies said. "That will be five years overseas which is pretty crazy when you think about it." While some players of his vintage struggle to get out of their recliner rockers, Menzies enjoys playing as much as ever. "I suppose the older you get you really appreciate what you do for a living - to be able to play football and get paid for it," he said. "I just love playing, I've loved it since I was six-years-old and I can't really imagine stopping playing at the moment." Menzies said his good run with injuries was one of the reasons for still being competitive at the top level. "And not being too serious, always having a bit of fun and not getting too stressed out which suits me," he said. "The scariest thing for me is if you played too long and people say 'he used be a good player, what is he doing out there now?'." Menzies, his wife Suyin and their children Miller and Harper live in Canet en Roussillon, a coastal town in the south of France 15 minutes from Perpignan. "We are really enjoying it over there, it's a beautiful part of the world and a great place to live," he said. "But the language is a bit hard when you first get over there, I'm pretty hopeless." When he does finally finishes playing Menzies would like to come back to the Manly club. "I'm very passionate about the Sea Eagles and I'd love to be involved somehow," he said.