The 34-year-old is in the last year of his contract at Headingley and had a nightmare with injury problems last season which restricted him to just 13 appearances in all.
As he completes preparations for the forthcoming campaign, he has not ruled out calling it a day at the end of this campaign and much will depend on his fitness and the team's progress.
"I’ve not given much thought to what happens after this year," McGuire told League Express.
"It’s the old cliché, I’m just taking it every day as it comes and I’ll see how the body feels. If I’m contributing to the team, I feel like I’ve got a lot left to give. We’ll see how it goes.
"If I’m playing well, the team is happy and the coaching staff are pleased with how things are going then I’ll play as long as I can, because you’re a long time retired."