Scotland winger Tim Visser has announced he will retire from international rugby at the age of 30.
Visser, who was born in the Netherlands, ran out 33 times for Scotland, scoring 14 tries in the process.
In that time the Harlequins wing played 14 times in the NatWest 6 Nations, between 2013 and 2017.
Visser had a debut Championship to remember – dotting down against Italy and France as Scotland finished third.
Two further tries followed before his final score in the Championship came in March 2017 against Italy in a 29-0 victory at BT Murrayfield.
Visser’s last appearance was against Fiji last summer and the wing – who will continue to play for Harlequins – has described playing for his country as the biggest honour in his life.
“I feel now is the time to say goodbye to international rugby and concentrate on my club career,” said Visser, who signed a new two year deal with Quins in January.
“Playing for Scotland has been the biggest honour of my life. I feel it has been even more special by not being my country of birth but where I had grown to call home.
“Being asked to play for a top nation in world rugby and being accepted by my team-mates as one of their own has been incredible.
“I can still remember my home debut against the All Blacks as if it were yesterday and the emotions that it brought me.
“However, international rugby brings many challenges and, with a young family, the time away from home has been hard.
“I also feel that Scotland is in a fantastic place with some great young talent coming through and now is my time to free up the space for them to develop.”