New Delhi: Former Australian skipper Michael Clarke is considering a return to Twenty20 cricket, according to report.
A report in Stuff.co.nz on Friday claimed that the 34-year-old could comeback to play for his grade club or Twenty20 in future.
He retired from all forms of cricket earlier this year, and has since been enjoying the post-retirement life with his daughter.
"I'm really enjoying this time away from cricket but I'm pretty sure there's going to come a stage where I miss the game," Clarke said on Friday.
"If that does happen, I'll certainly come back and whether it's play for my grade club or play Twenty20, who knows. I haven't looked too far ahead."
Clarke was to lead the Melbourne Stars in the Big Bash League, but decided pulled out of the tournament a month after retirement in August, citing his body and mind need time away from cricket.