Toulon and former England fly-half Jonny Wilkinson has announced he will call time on his career at the end of the season.
Wilkinson, made famous by a dramatic World Cup winning drop goal in 2003, broke the news on the website of his current club, Toulon.
Wilkinson retires as one of just five men to score 1000 points in international rugby, with his 1246 second only to New Zealand's Dan Carter.
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Former England rugby star Jonny Wilkinson has announced his retirement from the sport.
The 34-year-old confirmed in a statement he will hang up his boots at the end of the season.
Wilkinson most famously kicked the last-minute drop goal to seal England's World Cup victory against Australia in 2003.
England rugby star Jonny Wilkinson has married his long-term girlfriend in a low-key ceremony in the south of France
The 34-year-old sportsman and Shelley Jenkins, 31, tied the knot in an intimate wedding in the town of Bandol yesterday.
The couple who have been together for eight years have been based in France since Wilkinson joined Toulon in 2009.
Mayor Christian Palix officiated the ceremony and said: "I told him that the town of Bandol was very honoured to marry him and I myself was very honoured to perform this marriage."
Wilkinson misses out on Lions
Jonny Wilkinson and England captain Chris Robshaw have not been named in the British and Irish Lions squad.
Head coach Warren Gatland named Sam Warburton as his captain in a squad that includes 15 Welshmen, 10 English, nine Irish and three Scots.
The squad will start the 10-match tour with a match against the Barbarians in Hong Kong on 1 June.