Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney is close to making history and cementing himself as one of the all-time greats in English football history.
Rooney only needs one more goal to pass former Man United star Bobby Charlton for a record 50 goals for the English national team.
Despite being close to breaking this prestigious record, the Daily Star reports that Rooney insists that he will not leave England behind any time soon.
The 29-year-old already plans to join England in the Euro 2016 tournament, and he is even aiming to play in the 2018 World Cup.
Although the Man United legend has been put of form this season, he remains a key contributor and leader.
Rooney has scored 170 goals in 344 Premier League appearances throughout his 13-year career.
It remains to be seen whether Rooney will make the cut for England’s 2018 World Cup side, but there’s no doubt he will feature heavily at next year’s European Championships in France.