He expressed his willingness to play in this summer’s KFC Big Bash League earlier this year, having last played in the tournament for the Melbourne Renegades in BBL. There was speculation Afridi would receive a farewell match during Pakistan’s T20 International series against the West Indies in September but he wasn’t selected in the squad. Afridi insists he hasn’t been holding out for a send-off game for Pakistan. “I have played 20 years of international cricket for Pakistan and not the PCB,” he said. “And I am not dependent on anyone for a match. “The love and support I have got and get from my well wishers and fans is enough reward for me.” Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Najam Sethi told the governing body remained on good terms with Afridi and that he’d get appropriate farewell at some stage.