By Jonathan Spencer For Mailonline
Published: 09:11 BST, 16 October 2020 | Updated: 10:34 BST, 16 October 2020
Freddie Flintoff has admitted he would love to try his hand at coaching, revealing he would only work with England or his former county Lancashire.
The England all-rounder initially retired from all forms of the game in 2010 after stepping down from Test cricket just a year earlier, having won two Ashes series - including being named player of the series in the historic 2005 victory.
Now, years on from his retirement, Flintoff - who was speaking about his new book 'Right, Said Fred' on The Graham Norton Show, which will run at 10:45pm on Friday night - has revealed he would like to become a coach in future years but admits he has 'clawing back to do'.
Freddie Flintoff was speaking on The Graham Norton Show, which will be aired on Friday night
Flintoff said: 'I never thought I would say this, but since I've retired, I've actually started loving cricket more than I ever did, and further down the line I would like to coach.
'There would only be two teams to coach – Lancashire or England – but I have