"I would like to play once in county cricket, that is something I have
not done as yet. Last year there was an offer from a county but I was
not in a position to accept it," he told Reuters on Monday.
The 35-year old Pakistan captain has been in prolific form this year,
completing 1,000 runs in his last eight matches at an average of 83.33.
In the second test against England in Faisalabad, Inzamam scored
hundreds in each innings to break former captain Javed Miandad's record
of 23 test centuries for Pakistan. He has scored four centuries since
March and also made 97 in Lahore against England.
"I have always said that I don't plan ahead, I go step by step and
series by series. But playing in the World Cup is an ambition and so is
playing for some county," he added.
Pakistan are due to tour England next year, playing four tests and five
one-day internationals, but the players have a rest period in May.
Pakistan's Younis Khan, Mushtaq Ahmed, Saqlain Mushtaq, Rana Naved,
Azhar Mahmood and Danish Kaneria played county cricket in 2005.