<div class="img-caption-wrap "> <img alt="Michael Hussey: Disappointed not to be playing in ODI series against Sri Lanka, West Indies" src="https://st2.cricketcountry.com/wp-content/uploads/cricket/image_20130114231150.jpg" title="Michael Hussey: Disappointed not to be playing in ODI series against Sri Lanka, West Indies" /> <p class="imgcaptionnew" style="width:618px;"> Michael Hussey retired at 11th spot in ICC Test Rankings for batsmen © Getty Images</p> </div> <strong>Adelaide: Jan 14, 2013</strong><br /> <br /> <a href="/tags/Michael-Hussey/post" target="_blank">Michael Hussey</a>, who retired from Test cricket recently, was disappointed with the selectors not selecting him for the ODI series against Sri Lanka and West Indies.<br /> <br /> Hussey was looking forward to play his last ODI series at home before calling it a day from all forms of cricket. However, with the national selectors already geared up to shape the team for the <a href="/tags/2015-World-Cup/post" target="_blank">2015 World Cup</a> left out the 37-year old in-form veteran.<br /> <br /> "I'm disappointed not to be playing in the one-dayers because that was my plan," Hussey was quoted as saying by <em>FOX Sports.</em><br /> <br /> "But I understand what the selectors are trying to do. They're trying to build for the 2015 World Cup and I'll get over it I guess."<br /> <br /> Although Hussey’s axing comes as good news for the Perth Scorchers, who will be looking forward to getting the southpaw back for Wednesday’s Big Bash League semi-final against the Melbourne Stars at WACA.<br /> <br /> "I just want to come in and do whatever role the Scorchers need me to do. I don't want any other agendas," added Hussey.<br /> <br /> Hussey’s return will put Scorchers coach <a href="/tags/Justin-Langer/post" target="_blank">Justin Langer</a> in confusion about who to left out from his in-form team.<br /> <br /> Marcus North might have to give away to make Hussey return. However, if Hussey is taken as a wicketkeeper then Tom Triffitt will have to make way.