Former Rangers defender Philippe Senderos has announced his retirement at 34.
The centre-back, who endured a miserable one-year spell in Scotland, thanked the Ibrox club in a message to the 10 sides he represented during his career.
Signed by Mark Warburton in August 2016 after a trial spell, the Swiss was sent-off on his debut in a 5-1 defeat to Celtic.
He made only four appearances for the club before being released in May 2017.
Senderos played his last game for Swiss second-tier side Chiasso on Sunday, a 3-3 draw against FC Aarau.
The defender, who shot to prominence at Arsenal, issued a heartfelt Twitter post on Monday to confirm he was stepping away from the game.
He wrote: “This past weekend, I played my last game as a professional footballer.
“As a kid, I used to dream wildly about getting the opportunity to play for and against the best and as I close this chapter of my career and life, I couldn’t be more thankful for the blessings and opportunities I’ve had had over the years.
“To @servettefootballclub for giving my education and start – to @arsenal, @acmilan, @everton, @fulhamfc, @valenciacf, @avfcofficial, @gc_zuerich_offiziell, @rangersfc, @houstondynamo and @fcchiasso_officialpage for believing me – and to the @nationalteams_sfvasf and the people of Switzerland for letting me lead and represent my country.
“To my friends and amazing family – THANK YOU a million times over.
“I look forward to the next chapter. Phillipe.”