Usain Bolt has spoken of his desire to play in the Big Bash League this year, and the Melbourne Stars are keeping the door open to potentially sign him.
The possibility was first raised in June when Bolt was interviewed on Australian TV and the team's marquee player Shane Warne has also asked Bolt whether he was interested.
Fresh from an Olympic campaign in which he won three gold medals, Bolt said at the weekend he was still open to the idea.
One of the major issues would be whether Bolt could hold his own as a cricketer.
Although he played junior cricket and famously bowled Chris Gayle in a charity match in Jamaica in 2009, facing the likes of Brett Lee and Pat Cummins would be another matter entirely.