Lancashire batsman Mal Loye has threatened to quit international cricket after he was not included in England's World Twenty20 squad.
The 34-year-old opener - who hit 231 runs at an average of 57.75 in just five matches of the domestic Twenty20 Cup this season - is furious at being omitted from the party heading to South Africa next month.
"I don't usually do this but I am so angry about the situation that I am past caring," Loye told the Manchester Evening News.
"I will make a final decision in about a week but I know that talking like this will not do me any favours."
Loye is particularly angry with chairman of selectors David Graveney, adding: "The man who I am talking about called me to say I was basically a fill-in player in Australia, and that was why I didn't go to the West Indies (for the World Cup).
"It just showed a complete lack of respect. I have kept it all in for 15 years until now.
"The selectors have promised me calls but never delivered them. I'm gutted."
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