Brad Hogg will be 47 come February but the Australian Chinaman bowler says the thought of announcing retirement from international cricket has not yet crossed his mind. While he is "not done yet", Hogg remains realistic about his chances of making another comeback for Australia. He is currently commentating in the limited-overs series between India and Australia and if it was not for a surgery on his left knee, he may well have been preparing back home to make another First-Class comeback for Western Australia. "I am not worried about my age mate. I am still trying to play First-Class cricket for Western Australia. I don't think I will ever announce my retirement from international cricket because it is a privilege to play for your country and if I am doing well enough I would never say no," Hogg tells PTI in a freewheeling chat.The boom in T20 cricket has pushed a host of cricketers to stretch their careers. Hogg is a prime example of that alongside India's "ageless" Ashish Nehra, who, at 38, has earned a recall to the Indian team for the three T20s against Australia beginning 7 October. Brad Hogg is well confident and still want to deliver the best for his nation.