Bob Dylan is fighting thoughts of retirement - because he feels like he's still in his "middle years". The 65-year-old rock legend always promised himself he'd quit when he was on top, and now he feels he's achieved everything he set out to at the beginning of his career. He tells Rolling Stone magazine, "I didn't want to fade away. I didn't want to be a has-been, I wanted to be somebody who'd never be forgotten. "I feel that, one way or another, it's OK now, I've done what I wanted for myself... I see that I could stop touring at any time." But Dylan isn't about to upset fans by calling it quits just yet. He adds, "I think I'm in my middle years now. I've got no retirement plans."