Leon Pryce has confirmed his retirement from Rugby League on his social media.
Pryce returned to Bradford, the club where he started his career, prior to this season but has cut short his playing days aged 35.
As mentioned, Pryce began his career with the Bulls where he played for nine years, from 1998 to 2005, winning every domestic honour in the British game.
In 2006 he joined St Helens, winning the treble in his first season as he partnered Sean Long in the halves, a combination that featured in Great Britain’s famous victory over Australia later that year.
Pryce went on to play for Catalans and Hull FC, ending his career with four Super League titles, five Challenge Cups, three World Club Challenge trophies and a whole host of other personal accolades.
Adding 17 Great Britain caps to numerous appearances for England and Yorkshire, Pryce will go down as a Rugby League great and one of the most decorated players of the modern game.