The former Three Lions skipper made his 120th and final appearance for his country in Thursday night's 3-0 win over us at Wembley Stadium.
The 33-year-old started the match on the bench but he came on early in the second half, winning his 120th cap in the process.
Gareth Southgate inspired England to a stunning World Cup campaign last summer and Rooney is confident the good times will keep coming. Hopefully, by the time I come back to England, I will have them completed and be in a position to accept or reject any offers I get.
"It's my opinion that England are in very safe hands from what I've seen this week", said Rooney. It's a great group of young players who have a really bright future.
I'm sure in the next few years they will go close to being the next team to bring a trophy back for England.
Speaking to Sky Sports, via Goal, Rooney said: "There are times when you doubt yourself as a player, you think: 'Am I good enough?'" It'll be great for the country and I'll be one of the fans supporting them'.
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"I've done my personal thank yous but I want to thank the FA and Gareth for giving me this opportunity, and the players".
Focus on number 10 switched from Downing Street to Wembley on Thursday evening as the Three Lions' all-time top scorer and most capped outfield player brought the curtain down on his worldwide career once and for all.
England now head into Sunday's huge UEFA Nations League shoot-out against Croatia, where victory will secure top spot in Group 4 but defeat would result in finishing bottom and relegation.
Callum Wilson, the Bournemouth striker making his England debut, made it 3-0 in the 77th minute. It's a moment I'll treasure for the rest of my life.
"I just said, 'Congratulations, you've had a fantastic career.' We shared some words in the tunnel afterwards".
The Three Lions took on rumoured Reds target Christian Pulisic and his American colleagues at Wembley, in what nearly felt more like a testimonial, with Wayne Rooney returning to the worldwide fold one final time. His chapter has obviously ended now and mine is just starting.