Rio believes England days done
Rio Ferdinand concedes his international career could have come to an end after he was left out of England's Euro 2012 squad.
However, the 33-year-old says that he won't rule himself out of selection for the national side.
England boss Roy Hodgson said that Ferdinand was omitted for football reasons amid speculation that he missed out on a place with John Terry
being selected. The clamour for Ferdinand to be included grew after Gary Cahill was ruled out of Euro 2012 with a fractured jaw.
However, the former West Ham and Leeds United man was overlooked as Hodgson brought Liverpool's Martin Kelly into the squad. The call-up for Kelly seems to have reinforced Ferdinand's believe that he'll never play for the Three Lions again.
Speaking to the Sun, the Peckham-born centre-half said: "You would have to say it might be over with England for me. If I'm not getting picked now, especially when people are out injured, then it's unlikely I will be picked again."
Despite his disappointment Ferdinand says he will be fully behind Roy Hodgson's troops and will not be announcing his retirement from England duty after being left out of the former Fulham and West Brom manager's squad.
He added: "I always said I wouldn't retire from international football until I stopped playing and I won't. I will still be available and I'll
be watching England and cheering them on because it's my country and I want us to do well."