Stuart Broad says he is "determined" to get back into England's One-Day and Twenty20 International squads while limited overs captain Eoin Morgan would also like to see him involved again in the future.
England's recent improvement in limited overs cricket saw them reach the ICC World T20 final earlier this year and they have just begun an ODI series with Sri Lanka, and although coach Trevor Bayliss says Broad is still in the England picture, for now, they are persisting with other bowlers.
When asked at a cooking challenge event hosted by England's official airline partners Etihad in London whether he saw not playing one-day cricket as a blessing, Broad was quick to put that idea to bed.
"I'm certainly not looking at it that way. I'm very focussed and determined to try to get back into that squad," he said, adding that as he is part of England's Test attack, how exactly he goes about getting into the limited overs squads will need some thinking about.
"I'm going to have to look at ways of how I'm going to be able to do that because Test matches and how they are set out at the minute it makes it very hard to play domestic white-ball cricket," he admitted.
"I might have to look at using part of my winter to play some white-ball cricket abroad for example, almost to put myself in the shop window.
"Trevor (Bayliss) has said this squad has been picked on merit which I understand because I've not played any white-ball cricket to get my name in that frame.
"And I haven't had time to digest and really plan but I think I'm going to have to sit down and really decide when am I going to make time to try to have success in domestic white-ball cricket - not just in England but around the world."
Meanwhile, Morgan shares Bayliss' view that Broad's limited overs career with England is far from finished.
"I think Broady's a great talent and he has that rare ability that not everybody has to turn a game on its head - any game and it's very unique," he said.
However, he reiterated that the bowlers currently in the side have bowled well enough to continue to be selected, which means that for the timebeing at least, Broad remains on the sidelines.
"At the moment he's bowling really well but over the last 12 months in white ball cricket we've had guys performing consistently well and it's not always been one player as well, so the squad we've selected is purely on merit."
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