England has dropped their skipper Wayne Rooney in their match against Slovenia in their world cup qualifiers match on Tuesday but he remains strong and he is confident enough that he will bounce back.
The Three Lions skipper Wayne Rooney is adamant and he persist that he has no intension of retiring according his international lessen.
Interim manager Gareth Southgate dropped Manchester United star player Wayne Rooney and the country's all-time leading goal scorer, in their match against Slovenia on Tuesday in England's World Cup qualifier.
Now the 30 year old has been bench in his club by the special one and also in his international games by England’s international manager Gareth Southgate, though the all time leading goal scorer believes that he can still contribute at the top level, he also mentioned about the his former team mate Ryan Giggs as his inspiration.
"It is something which I have to go through," said Rooney, who has only scored one goal in 12 appearances for United and England this season. "I am big enough to deal with it.
"I believe I can come back from this. I am 30 years of age. I am not 35 or 36 where you are thinking: 'Can you get back from it?' I will keep working and I have said before that I will not stop playing for England and start going to Dubai for a few days in the international break.
"After the summer it would have been easy for me to walk away and say: 'That's it, I've had enough,' but that's not me. I feel I have a lot to offer and
"I've made that clear [to Southgate], certainly until the World Cup in Russia. That's what I want. I'm not suddenly going to turn round and say: 'I'm not playing, I'm not going to turn up.' I will turn up when called upon and be ready".