Lahm still wants to play abroad
Germany defender Philipp Lahm said Sunday he wants to one day play abroad, despite having signed a contract with Bayern Munich until 2016.
"When my contract expires in 2016, I will be 32 years old and playing abroad then could be an issue for me," Lahm, 26, told Sunday's edition of Bild.
"I decided to stay in Bayern, because the club is part of me, I live for Bayern and I like Bayern, so why should I leave?
"They are one of the top five clubs in the world, we are building something here.
"All I ask is that we have the opportunity to win the Champions League and that is the case here."
Having captained Germany to third at the World Cup in South Africa, Lahm has said he would like to skipper Bayern one day and take over from veteran Dutchman Mark van Bommel.
With Bayern 15 points behind league leaders Dortmund before Sunday's home game against Nuremberg, Lahm says the defending champions can still catch Dortmund.
"The team (Dortumund) are playing very well, but they are very young," said Lahm.
"I would be really afraid if Bayer Leverkusen or Werder Bremen were 15 points ahead of us.”