The 34-year-old Ospreys forward returned form the World Cup talking up his eagerness to help return the Ospreys to the top of the Celtic League.
'I'm looking forward to getting back with the Ospreys,' he said,
that he will extend his international career into the Six Nations. If he plays all five games, he will beat Neil Jenkins' Wales record of 87 Tests.
'I know it's there, but I haven't really thought about it. It'd be nice to do, but I'm not sweating on it. I will be playing on into the Six Nations, though.
'I'll turn 35 in the middle of the tournament, though, and even though I haven't got any injury problems and I still love playing for Wales, there will still come a time when common sense will prevail.
'There has to be some kind of development as well, so I'll just go through the Six Nations and see what happens.'
Llewellyn and star winger Shane Williams admitted the Wales team were as surprised as the rest of the world by their World Cup performance against New Zealand.
'To be fair, the All Blacks match took everyone by surprise,' Llewellyn said about the four-try effort against the Cup favourites. 'We just took that effort and went into the England match saying 'right, that's it - we can win this'.
'There was a feeling afterwards that we blew it - we had a chance and we blew it.'
Williams added: 'We didn't think we'd get that close to New Zealand - we just went out their to express ourselves, knowing we had nothing to lose.'
Williams said Wales' new-found running rugby style was also a surprise.
'That came as a bit of a shock,' said the man who inspired it with his electric breaks. 'I think that sort of game has been coming for a long time, because we have got the players to do it.
Llewellyn indicated that he would love to extend his international career into the Six Nations. If he plays all five games, he will beat Neil Jenkins' Wales record of 87 Tests.