Chris Gayle uncertain about his future with the national team

Chris Gayle (c) is currently in India, where he will play for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the CLT20 Getty Images

By CricketCountry Staff

Bridgetown (Barbados): Sep 18, 2011

Chris Gayle on Monday admitted he is unsure about his future in West Indies cricket.

The former West Indies captain said the selectors are yet to get in touch with him regarding his availability in the Test and one-day squad set to be announced shortly for the tour of Bangladesh, but the left-handed batsman insisted that he available when required by the team management.

“I am available whenever I am needed. I have pointed out to them (WICB) that I am available for West Indies cricket. There is a camp (going on) but nothing has been said to me,” Gayle said during a television interview in Jamaica this week.

West Indies are set to play one Twenty20, three One-Day Internationals and two Tests from Oct 7 to Nov 2.

Gayle is currently in India, where he will turn out for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Champions League Twenty20, set to start Monday and end Oct 9.

The giant left-hander has been involved in an impasse with the WICB over comments he made in a highly charged interview with a Jamaica radio station back in April.