Kieron Dyer has admitted that he would consider retiring from football if he was to suffer a new hamstring injury.
The Queens Park Rangers midfielder is currently battling a foot problem but claims that if an old hamstring injury was to reoccur, retirement could be a possibility.
"If I'd been injured on my hamstrings, because I was getting hamstring injuries in the past, then I probably would call it a day," he told Goals on Sunday.
"It was a one-off injury and there's nothing as a player you can do. That's why I will continue to play football," he added.
QPR are currently 16th in the Premier League table.