The 32-year-old is desperate to play in the third-place play-off against Belgium on Saturday
Gary Cahill will hold talks with England manager Gareth Southgate over whether he should end his international career.
The Chelsea defender is desperate to face Belgium in the third-place play-off on Saturday because it could be his last game for the Three Lions.
Cahill, 32, has lost his place to Harry Maguire and featured just once in Russia.
He said: “It is a good conversation for me to have with the manager in the coming month or so.
“Any time I get an opportunity to play for England, I want to do that. I can finish my England career knowing that I have played every possible game I can play in the times I have been selected.
“I have never pulled out with any half injury or looked to put my club before my country. If I’m selected [to play against Belgium], I will go out there and give everything I’ve got.”
Cahill watched on as England were knocked out of the tournament by Croatia on Wednesday.
He added: “Watching the first half, I was thinking we were in total control and could only see one outcome but the game can always change.
“We expected them to tire more than they did. They had two games go into extra time before they faced us, but they seemed fit. It’s hard to take.”
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