Iceland have named 37-year-old former Chelsea and Barcelona forward Eidur Gudjohnsen to their squad for Euro 2016.
Gudjohnsen, who has 84 caps to his name, has played with Molde in Norway since February after a short stint in China.
"If he hadn't found a club in January, he would not have been picked," Iceland co-manager Lars Lagerback said.
After initially announcing his international retirement in November 2013, Gudjohnsen returned to play in three Euro qualifying matches.
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