Sunderland boss Roy Keane has warned Dwight Yorke off making an international return with Trinidad & Tobago.
Yorke had indicated he was prepared to come out of international retirement to help the club's bid to reach the 2010 World Cup finals.
Keane is not enamored with the prospect of Yorke returning to international action and plans to hold talks with the 36-year-old.
WarningAsked if Yorke would be returning for Trinidad & Tobago, Keane told the Daily Star on Sunday: "No, he won't be, although I know he bloody played a few weeks ago.
"He keeps making these guest appearances.
"Maybe if he's not playing many games for us there's a chance of him going to play for them and I wouldn't be so critical.
"I think Yorkie retired after the 2006 World Cup. It was Yorkie's decision to retire and hopefully he will stick with it.
"I'll discuss it with him in the next few days."
ImpressedMeanwhile, Keane has confirmed he has taken Ross Wallace and Liam Miller off the transfer list after being impressed by the duo during pre-season.
"I've taken them off that," added Keane.
"Ross has come back and looked pretty sharp, following on from how well he was doing towards the back end of last season.
"Liam has kept his head down like a good professional and been doing things properly and I take note of that. If you do that, there won't be an issue.
"Last year is history and you have to move on."