Ryan Giggs has revealed he could make a Wales comeback three years after retiring from international football.
The 36-year-old Manchester United midfielder last played for his country back in 2007.
However, the 64-times capped winger has admitted he could rethink his decision following international manager John Toshack's recent admission that his team is lacking in creative talent.
Wales have been rocked by Aaron Ramsey's broken leg which could keep the Arsenal starlet on the sidelines for 12 months.
Giggs could now come into the fold for Wales' Euro 2012 qualifiers, which begin in September.
"It's something I would have to talk about with John Toshack and (United manager) Sir Alex Ferguson," Giggs told the Western Mail.
"But at this stage I wouldn't dismiss the idea. If I had the call I would have to think hard about it. I wouldn't rule it out."