Torquay's former Plymouth and Bristol Rovers striker Mickey Evans has announced his retirement.
Evans was a hero at Plymouth
Evans, who had two spells with Plymouth and also played for Southampton and West Brom, turns 34 in January.
He told Torquay's website: "After a bereavement that changed my outlook on life, I decided that now was the best time to go.
"I will be looking out for Torquay and Plymouth's results because they were the two local clubs I played for."
Evans added: "I've decided to call it a day before I get to the stage when I'm just coming in to pick up my wages, which I've never been like as a player."