Aaron Finch has said he is not thinking about retiring from the T20 format of the game as he gears up for the upcoming ICC Men's T20 World Cup

The 35-year-old called time on his ODI career last month but will lead Australia's title defense at the World Cup

 Finch, who became Australia's first batsman to play 100 T20s, said the thought of retiring from this format hasn't even crossed his mind.

I haven't thought about (retirement) in T20s. To retire from one-day cricket was quite nice

It was something that I've been flirting with for a while but haven't had it cross my mind about the T20 format," said Finch.

The Australia captain moved on to say that he adores playing T20 cricket and will carry the game

There's a real calmness in our group and also a confidence that we know our best is good enough on the day," Finch added.

Australia will seal horns with India in their warm-up conflict on October 17, before encountering New Zealand in their ICC Men's T20 World Cup opener.

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