David Dunn has announced he will leave Championship side Blackburn at the end of the season.
The 35-year-old, who earned his one England cap in 2002, joined Rovers as an eight-year-old and progressed through the youth system.
After 169 appearances, he joined Birmingham in 2003 for £5.5m but injuries meant just 69 outings.
He returned to Ewood Park in 2007 and played another 208 games but has made just two starts this season.
|Dunn's Blackburn highlights|
|As well as helping Blackburn to promotion back to the Premier League in 2001, Dunn won the League Cup a year later when Rovers beat Tottenham 2-1 in the final|
"I have lived the dream of playing for my home-town club, during which time to be capped by my country, whilst wearing the blue-and-white halves, transcended even the wildest of those dreams," said Dunn.
"It is on record that I am working towards the highest coaching qualifications I can achieve and one day, who knows, the dream may be resurrected in the Ewood technical area.
"For the short term however, I intend to carry on playing, knowing that my last starting appearance in the FA Cup win at Charlton confirmed that there was still something worthwhile to contribute."