Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech has called time on his international career after featuring for his nation, the Czech Republic for 14 years.
The 34-year-old, signed by Arsenal from Chelsea last season, is his country’s most capped player with 121 appearances, having made his debut in 2002.
He featured in all the matches as the Czech Republic was eliminated at the group stage in the Euro 2016 Championships in France.
He was part of the Czech side that reached the semi-final at Euro 2004, losing to eventual champions Greece and in his confirmation on the Arsenal website, he said he was proud of his years with the national team.
“When I was a kid, my ultimate dream was to play for the national team at least once. Having done it so many times makes me really proud.” He said.
He followed up his statement with a message of good luck in the future for his national team on Twitter.