New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady told the Boston Globe that he plans to keep calling the plays for the offense for the foreseeable future shortly after the team drafted a another quarterback.

The Boston newspaper reported that Brady, 36, wants to keep his starting job for at least another few years after the team selected Jimmy Garoppolo with the 62nd pick. Patriots Head Coach Bill Belichick also told the newspaper the team does not have any plans to trade Brady's back up quarterback Ryan Mallett.