LAHORE – Aspiring to be the captain of short format of the cricket, Star all rounder Shahid Afridi says he might retire from one-day internationals after the World Cup next year and just concentrate on twenty20s.
Going through one of the most ‘difficult’ training camp in years at Gaddafi Stadium of Lahore, he was of the view that like all players he was experiencing ‘that stretching’ feeling.
“But anyhow, I am fit and fine for playing the cricket,” he said.
Expressing the captaincy as an honour and a dream of every player, Afridi, who was captain in 2011 ODI World Cup when Pakistan reaches semis, said he never run after the captaincy.
“But like every player, it is a dream and an honour,” he said referring to the vacant seat of Twenty20 captain of the Green Shirts.