Chicago White Sox veteran Paul Konerko will not make any decision on his future until after the 2013 season a source with knowledge of the subject told ESPNChicago.com.

The White Sox slugger plans to take some time to figure out whether he feels like playing on according to the source.

"My goal coming into the season was to give it everything I had in 2013" Konerko told ESPNChicago.com on Monday. "I am going to go at the pace I have been going at; you only get one of these careers. It is not like I have the right answer so I will continue to do what I feel is right."

Konerko's 37-year-old body has suffered through an array of minor aches this season including a lower back strain that put him on the DL early in the year. He also has sat out 35 games to rest his assorted injuries.

"The last couple of times and especially in 2005 there was no doubt I would play again" he said. "I understand the inquiries about my future and why people want to know. At the same time it is still about doing my job; I don't want to get ahead of myself. What is the rush is the way I feel."

He is expected to address his career in some capacity sometime during the team's last homestand the source said.

"There are certain things I don't feel obligated to give out [or] tell people" Konerko said Monday. "There are some things that are private and some people take it the wrong way."