Scotland wing Lamont set to retire
Lamont won 105 caps for his country, placing him third behind Chris Paterson (109) and Ross Ford (107) on Scotland’s all-time list.
The 36-year-old is currently in his second spell with Glasgow, having also represented Rotherham, Northampton Saints and the Scarlets.
“Unless they beg me to stay another year, I think I’m done,” Lamont told BBC Sport.
“I have had a great run and enjoyed every single moment but it is time to step aside. I am not going to flog a dead horse, although some might say I’ve been two years dead anyway!
“I love the sport, I love being in it and I love the guys I work with. But I just don’t have the gas anymore. I can’t get through those holes I see. I can still truck it up a distance, but there is definitely a blunting of the axe.
“It is disappointing it is coming to the end but I am 36 and I have done pretty well considering, when you look at the guys in the Scotland squad. Even if I was just arriving at my peak I don’t think I would get in the current side.”
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