Scotland midfielder Robert Snodgrass says he has retired from international football to “let the younger players take my place and hopefully push the squad forward”.
The 32-year-old West Ham winger won the last of his 28 caps in the 4-0 Euro qualifying defeat in Russia last week.
Snodgrass made his Scotland debut against Northern Ireland in 2011.
“Thank you for giving me the opportunity to live my childhood dream,” Snodgrass wrote on Instagram.
“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 two international player of the year awards and my hat-trick in Malta.
“It’s now the right time for me to step aside. “I want to especially thank the Tartan Army for the special support you’ve showed me 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!”
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