For Sergio Aguero, it's 184 goals and out as he bids farewell to the Premier League.
Could there be one final scoring hurrah for Manchester City in Europe?
The 32-year-old Aguero scored twice in a fairytale last appearance in English soccer as the champions completed their title-winning campaign by thrashing Everton 5-0 on Sunday.
City's record scorer moved onto 260 goals for the club with one game remaining - the Champions League final against Chelsea in Porto on Saturday.
The Argentina striker is likely to start on the bench for that match but City manager Pep Guardiola didn't rule out Aguero scripting one last amazing chapter to cap his 10 years with the club.
Asked if Aguero could play against Chelsea, Guardiola said: "Of course. We have five substitutions. He has a special feeling, he has something special.
"Of course he will be ready if we need him to help us win the Champions League."
The post-match ceremony, at which City's players and staff lifted the Premier League trophy for the fifth time in 10 seasons, included a special tribute to Aguero in recognition of a City career that reached its heights at the end of his first year there.
That was when he scored the stoppage-time winner against Queens Park Rangers in the final game of the season to clinch the title for City.
Aguero's final season at City has been blighted by injuries but he showed against Everton how lethal he still is, scoring twice after coming off the bench with 25 minutes remaining.
"Before the game I felt so strange, the sensation is not good. I prefer to think about the good moments," Aguero said.
"I'm a striker, my target is to score goals, so I'm so happy because it's my last game and to score two goals is fantastic for me.
"When I came here, the first title for me was the most important, for the club and for me.
"Then Man City started to win more titles so I'm so happy because it's not easy to be 10 years at one club. For me it's an honour."
Guardiola suggested Aguero would soon be signing a contract at Barcelona.
"Maybe I'll reveal a secret. Maybe he is close to agreeing a deal for the club of my heart, Barcelona," said Guardiola, who played for and coached the Cataln giants.
"He's going to play alongside the best player in all time, Lionel Messi.
"I'm pretty sure he's going to enjoy it."
Aguero ends his Premier League career fourth in the competition's all-time scoring list, behind only Alan Shearer (260), Wayne Rooney (208) and Andy Cole (187).