Dan Parks won three RBS 6 Nations Man of the Match awards during the 2010 tournament
Dan Parks insists he's not ready to end his career at Firhill just yet - ahead of Glasgow's clash with Magners League leaders Leinster this weekend.
The Cardiff Blues-bound stand-off, who was one of Scotland's star performers in this year's RBS 6 Nations, kicked the Warriors into the top four with 20 points in the 25-18 win over Ulster.
Glasgow's best ever finish in the Magners was fifth in the 2007-08 season but two wins from their final two games would top that.
And Parks said: "Friday night could be my last game at Firhill, should we not get a home semi-final, so I want to do everything I can to ensure we win and to thank the fans for seven years of their fantastic support.
"It's a really exciting time right now with the play-offs. There are just two games of the regular season left to go and we'll hopefully stay up there inside the top four and ensure a place in the semi-final.
"We've now got leaders Leinster on Friday night so it's a huge game for the club."
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