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Miller excited by prospect of Yorkshire return
David Miller expects to play for Yorkshire next season.
Talks have taken place about the 23-year-old returning for their Friends Life t20 campaign, although he would be open to playing all forms of cricket.
The left-hander is back in Yorkshire colours tomorrow for their opening Champions League t20 qualifier against Sri Lankans Uva Next at the Wanderers (12.30pm UK).
He linked up with his team-mates this afternoon following his participation in a four-day draw for the Dolphins against the Warriors.
Miller then returns to four-day duty with the Dolphins on Thursday, ruling him out of Wednesday's second qualifier against Trinidad and Tobago.
He was a revelation during Yorkshire's successful t20 domestic campaign, scoring four fifties in 390 runs from 11 innings.
"My excitement to go back to Yorkshire is all there," he said today.
"Over the next couple of weeks we'll look to finalise that. We have had a few conversations. Hopefully I do come back.
"I would love to be available for everything. At this stage of my career, I just want to play as much cricket as I can. If I can play all formats for Yorkshire, I would enjoy that."
With director of cricket Martyn Moxon admitting earlier on this trip that Yorkshire are unlikely to sign a main overseas player for 2013, that prospect looks unlikely.
But it would now be a major surprise if Miller was not back in a Yorkshire shirt for t20 next season.
It is a little over six weeks since he played that stunning innings of 72 off 46 balls in the FLt20 final defeat against Hampshire at Cardiff.
"Getting back to South Africa, sitting down and thinking about what actually took place makes it very very special. I really want to remember that moment for the rest of my life," he added.
A knock of similar stature tomorrow will surely give Yorkshire a great chance of a win.
Should they qualify through to Group B, Miller will be available for the last of their four games on October 22. He would then be available for a possible semi-final and final.