Former Pakistan skipper Inzamam-ul-Haq wants to return to England this summer to play in the County Championship.
The 37-year-old Pakistan legend played for Yorkshire for a short spell last year, and wants to return to England again for a similar short stint for the 2008 season.
Now retired from international cricket, Inzamam currently captains Hyderabad Heroes in the Indian Cricket League (ICL).
After enjoying his time with Yorkshire, the vastly experienced batsman wants to return to the County Championship for a short spell again, in the hope of using his experience to help out the younger players.
Although he has not yet received any offers from England, Inzamam is keen to let it be known he is hoping for a county return.
"Although I suppose you might say I am semi-retired - as far as internationals go anyway - I would still welcome an offer from a county team in England," he wrote in his diary on bigstarcricket.
"Maybe not for the whole season but if there was an opportunity to help a team out for two or three months like I did at Yorkshire last year I would be very interested.
"I enjoyed my time at Yorkshire - the players, the people and the staff, they were all very friendly."
He added: "Having experienced county cricket late in my career I would enjoy some more and hope my experience can benefit some of the younger boys in the side.
"If an offer did come from England I would be looking to go over a couple of weeks beforehand to readjust to the conditions and because I have been out of the game for a while.
"But I know that although I may be out of practice, I haven't lost my ability."
The Multan-born batsman says he is happy with life after calling an end to 17 years of representing Pakistan at the highest level.
"It feels a little strange to be watching the boys play against Zimbabwe as for 17 years I was with them, but I'm not missing it at all - absolutely not, seriously," Inzamam added.
"I am now enjoying my life more and I am more relaxed. I am loving my retirement and the extra time with my family when I would usually have been away with the team."