Liverpool forward Craig Bellamy has been included in manager Chris Coleman's Wales squad to face Mexico in this month's friendly in New York.
The 32-year-old had been considering calling time on his Wales career following the death of former manager and close friend Gary Speed in November.
It had been thought that Bellamy's appearance as captain in February's Gary Speed Memorial Match against Costa Rica would mark his 68th and last cap, but he now looks likely to continue playing into Wales' 2014 World Cup qualifying campaign.
While Bellamy is included there is no place for Aston Villa defender James Collins.
Collins fell out of favour towards the end of Speed's time in charge, with Cardiff's Darcy Blake becoming the preferred defensive partner for Swansea's Ashley Williams.
Danny Gabbidon and Rob Earnshaw also miss out on a place in the 23-man squad, while Wolves goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey was unavailable due to his torn cruciate ligament, meaning Chelsea's Rhys Taylor is handed his first call-up.
Coleman announced his squad on Wednesday ahead of the Stateside friendly, which will take place on Sunday 27th May at the MetLife Stadium in Rutherford, New Jersey and will mark Wales' final game of the season.
They will have one more friendly in August, against Bosnia-Herzegovina, before their World Cup qualifiers get under way next September.
Wales squad to face Mexico:
Goalkeepers: Brown (Aberdeen), Price (Crystal Palace), Taylor (Chelsea)
Defenders: Blake (Cardiff), Eardley (Blackpool), Gunter (Nottingham Forest) Matthews (Celtic), Ricketts (Bolton) Taylor (Swansea), Williams (Swansea);
Midfielders: Allen (Swansea), Crofts (Norwich) Edwards (Wolves), King (Leicester) Ledley (Celtic), Ramsey (Arsenal), Vaughan (Sunderland) Bale (Tottenham),
Forwards: Bellamy (Liverpool), Church (Reading), Morison (Norwich), Robson-Kanu (Reading), Vokes (Wolves).