Sweden striker Henrik Larsson has announced he will quit the national team in the near future.
The 38-year-old was part of the Swedish side that went down 1-0 to Denmark on Saturday, leaving their qualification hopes for next year's World Cup in tatters.
Sweden must now beat Albania on Wednesday and hope Malta can spring a surprise against Portugal to have any hope of reaching the play-offs.
Former Celtic star Larsson, who has more than 100 caps for his country, signalled his intention to retire and move into management.
"It's over now," he told Fotbollskanalen. "It's a pity it ends like this. But it's time to say goodbye now.
"I'm still hoping for us to reach the play-offs, but if we don't, then it's not a hard decision.
"Like I feel now, it won't be realistic playing next summer.
"I have gathered a lot of experience and I see a lot of football and have a clear idea on how I want to play.
"If I choose to be a manager, you'll see what the idea is."