LSU has its eyes set on winning the national championship. That’s where the team’s primary focus is and should be, but it would only be┬áhuman nature for some of the upperclassmen to already be considering their plans after the season.

Tigers tight end Thaddeus Moss gave an honest answer about what goes into that thought process before the season is finished.

“Everybody in this room, everybody on this football has dreams of playing at the next level,” Moss told local WAFB Channel 9 News in Baton Rouge. “Ever since they first started playing football, that’s everybody’s dreams, goals and aspirations. Us being this close, it’s kind of crazy. Also, playing at LSU and being in the position that we are, I wouldn’t (mind) playing another year if we’re going to be back doing the same thing that we did this year.”

Moss sounds like a man who’s enjoying his time with the Tigers, and who can blame him. LSU is aiming to become just the second team with a perfect 15-0 record in modern college football history. Furthermore, the Tigers offense has steamrolled opponents this season, leading the nation with 48.9 points per game.

Moss has contributed his fair share. He leads all LSU tight ends with 42 catches, 534 receiving yards and two touchdowns. He’s ranked fourth on the team in receiving yards and fifth in receptions.

Against Oklahoma in the Peach Bowl, Moss posted a season-high 99 receiving yards and a touchdown. He caught one of seven touchdown passes Joe Burrow threw in the 63-28 LSU win.