Wales star Craig Bellamy admits he is considering quitting international football.
The striker won his 61st cap against England and believes it might be time to step aside for younger players in the near future.
But he insists the 2-0 home defeat by Fabio Capello's men will not be his last game for his country.
He said: "I'm 31 years of age now, I've had nine operations and most people are probably in better nick than me.
"The future isn't great for me and I don't like to look too far ahead.
"My body is a lot different to most people of my age because of the work I've had done.
"I take it season upon season because of the condition of my knee.
"It doesn't allow me to look much further than the next couple of months.
"I'd love to keep going as much as I can. I enjoy football and it's important to me."
The Manchester City man, currently on loan at Cardiff, added: "England wasn't my last game.
"There are two games in the summer but I will have to look at where I'm going."