Despite announcing his retirement from the abbreviated form of the game at last year's World Cup in South Africa and symbolically giving away his numbered One-day shirt to teammate Michael Clarke this week, Warne has admitted to missing the One-day game.
Test cricket's leading wicket-taker said, after handing over his No.23 One-day uniform to Clarke, that he hoped his retirement would add three years to his Test career.
But Warne on Tuesday left the door open for a return to Limited Overs cricket when he offered an unconvincing response to media questions about his retirement.
"I have retired -- at this stage," 35-year-old Warne said. "At this stage, I'm retired."
Asked if anything -- including the possibility of New Zealand stealing Australia's No.1 world ranking in the One-day format -- would sway him to change his mind, Warne said: "I don't know. At this stage, I'm retired."