Vice-captain Courtney Lawes is set to retire from England duty at the conclusion of the Rugby World Cup.
The 34-year-old has played in four World Cups and two British and Irish Lions tours and is one of only five Englishmen to be capped 100 times.
His bid to finish on a high with Coach Steve Borthwick’s side ended against South Africa in saturday’s semi final.
“I think it’s time. I’ve done four World Cups, so I’m pretty happy with that,” he said.
“It’s a bit of an end of an era, but it’s been a real honour for me to represent England for so long. It flies by. I’m proud of the journey I’ve been on. To be able to finish with this group, it’s something I’ll treasure forever.”
Lawes, who has made one hundred and five international appearances across fifteen years, could play his final game in Friday’s bronze-medal match Argentina.