Leicestershire's former England cricketer Matthew Hoggard has been speaking to ITV News Central about his decision to retire from professional cricket.
The fast bowler, who took 248 wickets in 67 Tests for England, says he is glad he can walk away knowing he had a couple of years left in him.
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