Chris Robshaw is to leave Harlequins at the end of the season after 16 years at the club.
The 33-year-old helped Quins win their first ever Premiership title in 2011-12 and was also in the side that lifted the Challenge Cup a year earlier.
“I could never have imagined I would be fortunate enough to play for the team I admired the most,” he said.
“Though there is so much I will miss about playing for this team, I will always be eternally grateful and proud for having had the chance to stand alongside such extraordinary players.”
The former England captain is rumoured to move across the pond, joining Major League Rugby franchise New York.
However, Robshaw didn’t confirm or deny anything when speaking to TalkSport.
“In terms of what I’m going to do next, I’m still not sure,” Robshaw told Talksport.
“I still don’t know what the next chapter is, whether in a rugby capacity or a post-rugby capacity.”