Kazuyoshi Miura says his new world record for oldest goalscorer in a professional soccer game will be short-lived.

The 50-year-old striker, known as "King Kazu," received a plaque from Guinness World Records at a ceremony in Tokyo on Feb. 15.

“It’s my great honor, but I think this record will be shattered soon.”

Miura received the record for the winning goal he notched for his J2 team Yokohama FC during a match against Thespakusatsu Gunma on March 12. He was 50 years and 14 days.

Miura had second thoughts when he was informed of the Guinness World Records recognition in early February.

“At first, I didn't want this to become my last record, but then I realized that I can break the record myself,” he said.

Miura was named the first Most Valuable Player of the J.League, which was launched in 1993. He is also the oldest player in J2.

J2 starts its season on Feb. 25, and Miura will celebrate his 51st birthday the following day.