Former England ODI captain Paul Collingwood is hoping stints at domestic level in Australia and India can help him force his way back into his country's limited overs set-up.

Collingwood (35) retired from Tests after the triumphant Ashes series last winter and has not played for his country since the World Cup in March. However, he believes he can still play a role for England both in ODIs and Twenty20s. 

Collingwood aims to make his case with spells in the Big Bash -- Australia's domestic T20 tournament -- with Perth Scorchers, followed by the Indian Premier League, where he plays for Delhi Daredevils. Collingwood said: "I still have the ambition to play one-day and T20 for my country. If I have a really good six months you never know what can happen. Although I'm 35, it is a fresh challenge."