West Indies all-rounder Darren Sammy says he could return to play for Glamorgan if they make the semi-finals of the T20 Blast.
Sammy played his last scheduled match for the Welsh county in the six-run home defeat against Hampshire.
He hit 28 off 14 balls, including two fours and two sixes before falling to a superb boundary catch by Jimmy Adams.
"If they make it to the semis I could fly back and play once I'm available," said Sammy.
"I'm looking forward to being a part of this county's set up in T20 cricket in the future."
Sammy signed for Glamorgan on a short-term deal after finishing playing for Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League, whom he captained.
He agreed to join the Welsh county until the start of the Caribbean Premier League.
If he is to come back this season Glamorgan will have to improve their Twenty20 form having lost their last two home matches in the competition.
The defeats to Surrey and Hampshire leaves them fourth in the South Group.
Against Hampshire, Glamorgan reached 164-6 in reply to their visitors' 170-6.