Former Australian Test batsman Matthew Elliott said he has received an offer from rebel Indian Cricket League.
Elliott, who announced his retirement from first-class cricket yesterday, said he would like utilise his post-retirement time in a useful manner and ICL was one of the options.
"I'm thinking about it. It's more about what's best for me after my cricket career," the 36-year-old was quoted as saying in 'The Australian.'
The ICL has already signed cricketers like Michael Bevan, Stuart Law and former New Zealand pacer Shane Bond.