“Every option’s on the table at the moment,” he said.
“Obviously I’d love to be there, I missed out four years… I got myself dropped.
“So to then be on the brink of a World Cup this year and hurt my hand is disappointing, so I’d love to be there, I’d love to try and do everything I can possibly can.”
The destructive left hander admitted that there’s a long road to travel, however.
“A lot of things have gotta go well, Blewey, to feature,” he said.
“But we’ll cross our fingers and try and do everything we can here at home, and hopefully the next four weeks I show enough improvement that I can potentially be there.”
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Head’s injury came amid what ended up a disastrous ODI series against South Africa, with the Aussies streaking out to 2-0 series lead only to suffer three comprehensive defeats and lose the five match tournament.
Australia do have a last chance to tune up before the upcoming World Cup, with a three match series against hosts India starting tonight in Mohali.
The Aussies’ first fixture in the tournament comes against the same opposition in Chennai on October 8.
Head also chatted to the Rush Hour crew about what went wrong in South Africa, how the Aussies will go at the World Cup, and plenty more.