John Kerry says he is planning to run for a sixth term in the U.S. Senate and has begun fundraising for his 2014 campaign.
When asked, Kerry told reporters in Boston on Thursday, "this is the job I want. This is the job I'm enjoying doing."
The Massachusetts Democrat also dismissed rumors he was positioning to be appointed secretary of state if President Obama is re-elected in 2012.
Secretary of State Hilary Clinton has said she does not plan to stay on at the State Department for a second term. Clinton also says she is not planning a 2016 presidential bid.
Kerry was elected to the Senate in 1984 and became the senior senator for Massachusetts in 2009 after Edward M. Kennedy's death.
This program aired on August 4, 2011. The audio for this program is not available.