Sehwag was dropped from the impending World Cup's 30-member preliminary squad following a prolonged form slump. The right-handed batsman said he was still keen to play competitive cricket and has no imminent plans of quitting the game.

"I am still playing. And till the time I continue to play, I am not thinking about anything else. I will not consider quitting till I have the desire to play," the right-handed batsman said on the sidelines of a press conference after being unveiled as a judge of cricket commentary for a radio channel here Monday.

"No. I am not thinking about retiring. Atleast not for the next two years. Am only thinking about my game at the moment," he said.

But he has made peace with the fact that he won't be part of the World Cup team in 2015.

Sehwag was among five integral players of the 2011-Cup winning team who were dropped from the 30-member preliminary squad for this year's edition starting on February 14.

He, however, wished luck to the team selected for defending the Cup saying it has got a strong chance of reaching the semi-finals.

"From there it depends on how the team plays in that particular match. The youngsters in the team are good. We have a good batting line-up," he said.

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