World Cup's Man-of-the-Tournament Glenn McGrath, who retired from international cricket on Sunday, is likely to remain with the champion team though in different capacity.
McGrath has planned to take a long break to be with his family but the new Aussie coach Tim Nielsen wants him to consider working as a bowling coach.
''He would be sensible to take a break from cricket, but down the track you would not knock back the opportunity to have a great bowler like him involved,'' Nielsen was quoted as saying.
''He uses his action as a visual reference point for a lot of our young quicks, especially at the Centre of Excellence, and it would be great to use his knowledge,'' Nielsen added.
McGrath, who finished with a record 26 scalps from a single World Cup with his 1/31 against Sri Lanka in the final, had said in the lead-up to the game that he had ''a role to play in the game later on.''