Shane Watson looks forward to play for ICC World T20 tour in India © Getty Images
Shane Watson looks forward to play for ICC World T20 tour in India © Getty Images

The Australian all-rounder, Shane Watson, feels his international cricket career is over after being dropped from the One-Day International squad against. The 34-year-old retired from Test cricket recently and does not want to come back to international cricket and rather wants to focus on his Big Bash League franchise. As reported on CricBuzz, Watson said, “Getting dropped from both formats Test and One Day cricket makes that worry go away,” Watson said. “It is more about playing for the Sydney Thunder than anything now, that is done with the Aussie stuff.” ALSO READ: Shane Watson not surprised with Chris Gayle’s ‘inappropriate’ interview

“I am over worrying about all that stuff now, the priority for me is playing well in the games that I am in and to contribute. There is plenty of cricket to come in other competitions as well so whatever happens happens,” he added. He still has chances in the ICC World Twenty20 (T20) squad for Australia to be held in India. Trevor Hohns, Australia’s chief selector, did recently indicate that the all-rounder will be in the frame when they sit down to pick the team. ALSO READ: Shane Watson looks forward to ICC World T20 2016

“I am available, but the worry is gone and disappeared after I got dropped from the one-day squad. The more important thing for me is the Thunder here, that is all that matters. Whatever is meant to be is meant to be,” Watson said. While Watson is not part of the ODI squad for the first three matches, Australia are yet to select the team for the last two ODIs and the three T20Is that follows.