Darren Daly has called time on his 12-year career with the Dublin senior footballers after a year of frustration with injuries.
The Fingal Ravens clubman came off the bench for the Blues in five All-Ireland final victories and says a series of recurring injury issues have forced him to hang up his inter-county boots.
"I've had an incredible journey with the Dublin senior football team over the last 12 years," the 33-year-old defender announced in a statement.
"I've tried to push the body one more time but unfortunately it's not to be. With a number of reoccurring injuries over the past few months, it's now the right time for me to step away.
"I'd like to thank my teammates. I am extremely lucky to have been part of such a successful team. I'm grateful to have learned so much from being with them, made so many friends for life, and have some of the best memories imaginable.
"Thank you to the dedicated supporters who always created that unique atmosphere, and were there when we needed them."
Dublin Senior Footballer Darren Daly has announced his retirement from inter-county football.
Read his statement below.
— Dublin GAA (@DubGAAOfficial) September 18, 2020