NEW ORLEANS -- Veteran wide receiver Randy Moss said Tuesday that he wants to return for another season. He won't commit to the 49ers, though.
"I've thought about it," Moss said at the main media day in the run up to the Super Bowl. "I really want to play another year."
When asked if he wanted to re-sign with the 49ers, Moss said: "I don't know about that."
Moss signed with the 49ers in the offseason after sitting out one season. He caught 33 passes for 505 yards and three touchdowns in 18 games this season.
His leadership, production, attitude and work ethic, among other things, prompted coach Jim Harbaugh to say that he wants Moss back next season.
Moss, who turns 36 in February, said he crossed his fingers in hopes of the 49ers making it to the Super Bowl this season.
"It's like a dream," Moss said. "I really didn't expect this."
Now that he's here, Moss said there's one more piece of business to take care of, regarding this season and his career.
"I've won a championship on every level," Moss said, "and I've always told myself that I wanted to win a championship on this level. To have a Super Bowl ring, my career would be complete."
Player after player Tuesday raved about Moss' leadership, work ethic and on-field production.
It sounds as if the only one not sold on Moss returning to the 49ers is Moss.