DRAGONS favourite Aled Brew has no intention of hanging up his boots after being released by Bath – believing he has three more years left at the top.

The 33-year-old winger has been let go by the Gallagher Premiership side, who boast England internationals Anthony Watson, Semesa Rokoduguni and Ruaridh McConnochie as options out wide.

Brew believes he has plenty more to give after a career that saw him shine at the Dragons, win nine caps, help Wales to the semi-finals of the 2011 World Cup and win the Sevens World Cup.

"I'd like to finish on my own terms rather than during this (coronavirus) situation, and 36 is my cut-off age," Brew, who turns 34 in August, said to BBC Sport Wales.

"I've had some enquiries but it's hard for clubs to commit at the moment.

"I'm staying in shape, I'm pretty regimented about that and that's probably one of the strengths of my career, so hopefully something will come up."

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Brew, who has also played for the Ospreys and Cardiff Blues, made 120 appearances for the Dragons and scored 43 tries, 16 of those coming in a stunning 2010/11 campaign that earned selection for the World Cup.

He headed for the west country after his third spell at the Dragons came to an unhappy end.

Chances were hard to come and he failed to score a single try after returning to Wales from Biarritz, so an agreement was reached to terminate his deal early.

That allow him to head to the Rec and he made a big impact with his performances winning the player of the season award in 2018.

"Almost four years in Bath, it's been amazing and it's rekindled my love for the sport. I'm happy with the way things have gone and I'm leaving with fond memories," he said.

"I gave my all in the Bath jersey and it's given me a lot back after things didn't go my way with the last time back at the Dragons.

"That was a tough time in my career and Bath threw me a lifeline to get back into top-flight rugby."