Chelsea captain Gary Cahill has revealed that he will consider retiring from international duty following the 2018 World Cup.
The central defender could face Belgium in the third-place playoff match on Saturday afternoon though, with Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate expected to make changes.
The 32-year-old has said that he will "have a good conversation" with Southgate following the World Cup.
"I'm going to have a good conversation with the manager about the future in the coming month," Cahill told reporters. "But I can finish my England career knowing I've played every possible fixture I can play in the times I've been selected.
"[The playoff] is a very strange game, because it's a fixture for two teams coming off the back of a disappointment, but the game is there and we need to play it. So if you're asking if I want to play, yeah, I do. If selected I'll go out and give it everything I've got."
Cahill has scored five times in 61 appearances for the English national team.