Rodgers won his third and fourth MVP awards in the 2020 and 2021 seasons before becoming the subject of significant speculation heading into this year.
After suggestions the quarterback might look to either retire or leave Green Bay, he returned to the Packers for a disappointing campaign.
An 8-9 record in the NFC North saw the team narrowly miss the playoffs, prompting more debate around Rodgers' future as backup QB Jordan Love continues to wait in the wings.
Appearing on The Pat McAfee Show, Rodgers outlined his belief he can still be among the NFL's best, comparing his situation to after the 2019 season.
"A lot of people said I was washed, I couldn't play anymore, wasn't the same," the 39-year-old said. "Then I won two MVPs in a row – without really doing anything different.
"I'm sure there's a lot of the same sentiment this year. I have a lot of comments about a lot of that that I'd like to keep to myself.
"Do I still think I can play? Of course. Can I play at a high level? Yes. The highest. I think I can win MVP again in the right situation.
"Is the right situation in Green Bay or is that somewhere else? I'm not sure, but I don't think you should shut down any opportunity."
Rodgers detailed the lengthy talks he held with the Packers before heading away for the offseason, but those conversations are not done.
"I think there's still conversations to be had," he added. "I think no player wants to be part of any type of rebuild.
"Reloads are a lot of fun, because you feel like you're close, like you're only a couple of guys away."
Rodgers recognises Love would likely be the Packers' QB of choice if they were to rebuild, anyway.
"If there's a rebuild going on, I won't be a part of that," he said.
"It's a mindset. If they want to go younger and think Jordan's ready to go, that might be the way they want to go.
"If that's the case and I still want to play, there's no other option: I have to play somewhere else."
But Rodgers still does not know if he does want to play, adding: "I still need to mentally get to a point where I feel 100 per cent locked in to play a 19th season.
"If I do, we'll rock and roll and figure that out; if I don't, we'll head into the jungles for a while."
He is certainly not signing up for another season like 2022.
"It would have to be the right situation with the roster to feel like we can win it all," Rodgers said. "There's no point in coming back if you don't feel like you can win it all."