Former Australian cricketer Shane Warne is talking about a possible comeback in this season's domestic Twenty20 competition.
Warne, 42, says he's the fittest he's ever been and playing in the revamped Twenty20 league could be a great way to give something back to Australian cricket.
The champion leg-spinner retired from the Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League in May and has not played an elite level match in Australia since the January 2007 Test against England.
But he says he's received lots of offers to play in the league.
Warne would not be drawn on when he would make a decision about playing in the competition, which starts in December.