David Warner says he is most likely to retire from Twenty20 internationals over the coming years in order to prolong his Test and ODI careers with Australia.
The batsman, who this week won his third Allan Border Medal, is eager to play the upcoming T20 World Cup tournaments in 2020 and 2021, though he is pondering stepping down from the shortest form of the game after that.
Warner was also named Australia's Twenty20 player of the year at Monday's awards ceremony.
But the 33-year-old did not play the most recent edition of the Big Bash League and the international T20s could be the next to go.
"I don't have a BBL team; I took a break during this period, and that was about my body and my mind, making sure I'm getting ready for the next series that comes up," said Warner.
"If you look at T20 internationals, we've got back-to-back World Cups as well, that's probably a format that could be one I'd probably drop in a few years.
"I have to look at the schedule; it's going to be very difficult [for me] to play all three forms, and good luck to all the guys who want to keep playing that.
"You talk to guys like AB de Villiers and Virender Sehwag, these guys who've done it for a long time, it does become challenging.
"Having three young kids and my wife at home all the time, the constant travelling becomes very difficult.
"If it was to come down to [leaving out] one format, it would probably be the international T20s."
The BBL has increased in size every year and is now a mammoth 61-match event, though Warner insisted that is not the only factor at play in his decision to step aside.
Warner added: "For me it's about working out timeframes with different series, identify when you need a bit of a rest.
"Generally, we play a Test series and go into a one-day series. We went to India and then generally you have a one-day series at home, back-to-back games and then you go away.
"So, it was a bit different this year; I was able to have that opportunity to have that break which I'm grateful for.
"A lot of the guys try to go back and play as much as they can. Sometimes, you look at the [BBL] finals as an example, they come back and play the final.
"You're taking someone's spot as well, which is always tough as a player, you don't want to come back and just take someone's spot for one game."