Robocrouch will dance no more.
Former England striker Peter Crouch has announced his retirement from football at the age of 38 and 21 seasons as a pro.
After a lot of deliberation this summer, I have decided to retire from football," Crouch tweeted on Friday morning. "One wonderful game has given me everything."
Crouch spent last season split between Championship side Stoke City and Burnley where he made six appearances in the Premier League.
A native of Macclesfield, the lanky striker came up through the Tottenham Hotspur academy and made his senior debut for the club in 1998.
He would go on to play 599 league games with Spurs, QPR, Portsmouth, Aston Villa, Norwich, Southampton, Liverpool, Stoke and Burnley.
Crouch's 53 headed Premier League goals are a record. He finishes his career with 108 Premier League goals which is 24th all-time.
Beloved for his exuberant celebrations, Crouch embraced his massive 6'7 frame and did the robot as his signature dance following a goal.
Internationally, Crouch was capped 42 times by the Three Lions, scoring 22 times. He appeared at two World Cups for England.