Jason Scotland has turned his back on international football to focus on helping Ipswich secure promotion to the Premier League.
Scotland won 41 caps and scored eight goals for Trinidad and Tobago, including a hat-trick against the Dominican Republic in 2008, but will not turn out for his country again.
The striker has found the net twice in six appearances for the Tractor Boys this season and is eager to give all his energy to life at Portman Road.
"I've decided to retire from international football to concentrate on my career with Ipswich," said Scotland.
"I've had a great time with Trinidad and Tobago and I wish them all the best in their quest to get to the next World Cup finals in Brazil.
"At the moment I just want to concentrate on Ipswich. I'm back in the team, we're doing well and I'm really enjoying a new partnership with Michael Chopra.
"Helping Ipswich back into the Premier League is what I want to do and I need to concentrate all my efforts on that."