Wales scrum-half Rhys Webb has become the third Welsh veteran to announce his retirement from international rugby just months ahead of the Rugby World Cup.
Webb revealed he is stepping back from international rugby to enjoy his last few years as a professional player.
The 34-year-old says he has accepted an offer to join a club abroad for next season, with his contract having come to an end at the Ospreys.
In a statement published on Instagram, Webb said: "I feel that, after achieving my goal of returning to the Wales set-up, it is the right time now for me to step away from international rugby and just enjoy my last few years as a professional rugby player."
He follows fellow Wales veterans Alun Wyn Jones and Justin Tipuric in also stepping down from Test duties.
"Having the opportunity to play for Wales again, recently, has been a huge honour and I am proud to have been named as part of the World Cup training squad.
"However, whilst I would have relished the chance to end my career playing for a Welsh region, the present uncertainties and difficulties in Welsh rugby, meant there was little opportunity for a contract that offered security for the coming years, as I see out my professional career. As such, when the opportunity to play abroad arose, during the off season, enabling me to provide greater career security for myself and my family, I decided to accept the offer.
"I feel that, after achieving my goal of returning to the Wales set-up, it is the right time now for me to step away from international rugby and just enjoy my last few years as a professional rugby player.
"I'd like to thank the Ospreys for continuing to believe in me, even when my omission from the Welsh squad sometimes had me doubting my own ability, and Warren, for giving me a chance to pull the famous red jersey on, once again."