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Robbie Savage has admitted that he could play for Wales again, if the situation within the national side changes.
Savage retired from international football this week, slamming new manager John Toshack for 'making it personal' and leaving him out of the squad.
However, speaking to Sky Sports, Savage confessed that he has not ruled out a return - if Toshack rang him to say he had made an error, or another manager comes in.
Blackburn Rovers' Welsh midfielder Robbie Savage is hoping to come out of international retirement and return to John Toshack's squad.
The 30-year-old called time on his career with Wales in March after being informed by Toshack that he would not feature in their two World Cup qualifiers against Austria.
Savage now concedes he made a snap decision and is eager to add to his tally of 39 caps.