Australian left-arm wrist spin bowler Brad Hogg has expressed his desire to be a part of the World Twenty20 to be played next year in India.
The veteran, who turns 45 on February 6 – has become one of cricket’s most loved players since he announces his retirement from international cricket on 2008.
However, the 44-year-old is keen to earn another opportunity on the international format at next year’s T20 World Cup championship.
“I’d love to represent my country again. That’s the pinnacle of anyone’s career”, Hogg said.
“I’m just very fortunate that I’m going well.”
He holds the world record as the oldest person to play a T20 after representing his country at the age of 43.
Hogg, who plays for Perth Scorchers in the Australian domestic Twenty20 competition, the Big Bash League, will have to beat the likes of Nathan Lyon, Adam Zampa and Cameron Boyce to earn a selection for the 2016 World T20 event.