Former Scotland forward Jamie Mackie has retired from football.
The 34-year-old was most recently on the books of Oxford, and was an unused substitute in the Sky Bet League One play-off final defeat to Wycombe last week.
He joined the U's in 2018 and made 91 appearances for the club, with his farewell coming in the play-off semi-final at home to Portsmouth.
Mackie – who made nine appearances for Scotland, scoring two goals – told Oxford's website: "It was extremely tough because I have loved every moment of being a footballer and it's all I've ever wanted to do.
"Those play-off games were so emotional, especially because I had known all the way through that they would be my last games.
"I wanted to end on a high but that wasn't to be and so the last week or so has been all about talking it through with my family and making sure it wasn't just a reaction to the disappointment of losing at Wembley.
"It's not that. It's about knowing when the time is right to hang the boots up.
"It's time for a new challenge. If that's in football in some way then great, but if not then I can walk away knowing that I have given it everything I had to give in every training session and in every game I played."