Lahore, Jan.1 (ANI) : Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq, while stressing that retirement is still a long way off for him, has said that his Test career is almost over as the selectors are not to keen to recall him.
Talking to media persons here, Razzaq said that the national selectors have told him that they would not consider him for any Test team in the future.
Razzaq,30, said he now wants to focus more on the one-day and T20 formats of the game.
"I have no issues with that. I have around two years of international cricket left in me and doing well in next year's Twenty20 World Cup and then in the 2011 World Cup for my team are now my main ambitions," The Daily Times quoted Razzaq, as saying.
Razzaq, who has played 46 Test matches, said with the increasing amount of limited overs cricket being played internationally, keeping oneself fit for these forms was in itself a demanding task. (ANI)