Bath's Duncan Bell will retire from rugby at the end of the season.
The tighthead prop has made over 200 appearances for Bath in his nine-year stint with the club and has also played five times for England.
Bell said: "I have had a fantastic career, from starting out at Quins through to the last nine years here with Bath. I began playing rugby for Bath Minis, so to have had such a long career here has been amazing and it's been an honour to run out in the Bath shirt over 200 times.
"I'd like to thank all the players, coaches and staff I've worked with over the years, and also the supporters who supported me throughout my career.
"It's been a difficult decision to make, but I'm looking forward to the new challenges that await, primarily with my business Bell Financial Services."
Bath currently sit eighth in the Aviva Premiership with two games left to play.