Four years after retiring from international cricket, former England skipper Andrew Flintoff is eyeing a T20 return with former club St Annes.
The 36-year-old all-rounder played for the Northern League side - St Annes - as a junior before joining Lancashire.
Flintoff hanged up his boots in 2010 after his final Test against Australia at the Oval. He played 79 Tests and 141 one-dayers for England, and was also part of the Ashes series victories against Australia in 2005 and 2009.
Since retiring in September 2010 because of a persistent knee injury, he has forged a successful media career and also had a brief stint as a professional boxer, winning his only fight against American Richard Dawson in 2012.