Mumbai, Mar 26: During the press conference, Sachin Tendulkar also revealed that there are no more dreams to chase after playing the game for 22 years.
"I don't have any other dream now. There were two big dreams - one was playing for India and the second was to lift the World Cup. That was my biggest dream," said the master blaster during the press conference on Sunday.
When asked him if he has plans to play Test cricket for the next four years, the legend replied saying he doesn't know what is in store for him.
"I don't know. When I started playing cricket I didn't see myself playing for 22 years either. I don't know what is in store. It is in God's hands."
"I don't know really. 20-22 years of playing is a long time. You can literally count on one hand how many guys have done in the history of cricket. It is definitely not easy. To make that prediction that somebody is going to play for 20 years, I don't think I am good enough to answer that."
The legend's comment on a question raised on his retirement charged him up as he lashed out at the advisors, saying that he would continue to play as long as he desires to and none of them had helped him to play for the country and they need not advise the legend to think about his retirement.