In an interview to Board of Control for Cricket in India's (BCCI) official website bcci.tv today, Dhoni has spelled out what he is going to do after quitting cricket.
Dhoni, who has a habit of collecting stumps after winning matches, has now got a huge set of collection. When he was asked whether he would have a dedicated room in his house, he said: "That's my retirement plan."
The wicketkeeper-batsman plans to build a separate room to display his collection of cricket stumps, picked up as souvenirs from various parts of the world. However, he admitted that he does not remember which one is from which tournament.
After retiring from the game, he plans to be at home and watch all the match videos and identify the stumps from them, which will be his "post-cricket pass time."
"The good thing is that I do collect a lot of stumps but the bad one is I don't put a mark as to which match they were from. So, after I retire I'll watch the videos of all my matches, look closely at the sponsors logos on the stumps and figure out which match a stump belongs to. It will be my post-cricket pass time!," he said.
This is one of Dhoni's retirement plans. However, he is yet to announce till how long he will continue to play the game.