Australia Test and one-day cricket captain Michael Clarke has said the next two years would be crucial for the team to stamp their domination on all three formats of the game.
Australia would tour England and Ireland for limited-overs tour, and Clarke believes it is the right opportunity for his team to start their conquest.
Australia already heads the one-day ratings, but is third in the Test standings and fifth in the T20 format.
"We've been the number one one-day team in the world for a while now but we need to continue to raise the bar," The Age quoted Clarke, as saying.
"I think our cricket of late in the shorter form hasn't been as consistent as we would like," he added.
"I think once we get on the plane it's probably the start of a two-year journey for this Australian team, whether it be the one-day team, the Test team or the Twenty20 team, to have a lot of success and get back to being the No.1 in all forms of the game," he further said.