Former Wales rugby international James Hook has announced his intention to retire from the sport at the end of the season.
The Ospreys back played 81 times for Wales and toured with the British and Irish Lion in 2009.
He says he's eyeing up a future in coaching and has plans to publish a series of children's books later this year.
Between 2006 and 2015, Hook was part of two Grand Slams and three Six Nations-winning sides, and played in three World Cups.
Known for his versatility as a player, he would appear for Wales at fly-half, in both centre positions and from full back.
He looks set to show even greater versatility in his post-playing career with a series a children's books to be released later in the year.
But he still wants to be involved in the game as a coach.