Robert Snodgrass has announced his retirement from international football.
Snodgrass who was forced to withdraw from the Scotland squad with a calf injury took it to Instagram and post that he made a decision to hang his boots to pave way for young players.
"Thank you for giving me the opportunity to live my childhood dream," wrote the West Ham United midfielder.
"It’s been such a special feeling pulling on that Scotland jersey since I was 16 years old."
"There’s been many highs throughout my international career which I’ll always remember with fondness, including my debut against Northern Ireland, winning 2 international player of the year awards, and my hat-trick in Malta."
"I want to especially thank the Tartan Army for the special support you’ve showed me over the years. I will never forget this.
"A massive thank you also goes to everyone at the Scottish FA for looking after me since I was a young boy, including Frank Reilly, Doc McLean, Jonesy, managers, coaches, staff, the physios, massage therapists, kit men and the media staff I’ve worked with over the years. I will now watch as a fan and I hope to see us play at a major tournament again soon. Fingers crossed the boys do it come March! Snods.
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Snoddy has announced his retirement from international football ❤️🏴 pic.twitter.com/zTd4ASuOcA— West Ham United (@WestHam) October 15, 2019