Miller keen on Yorkshire return
South African batsman David Miller admits he would welcome a return to Yorkshire after a successful spell with the county in 2012.
The left-hander has been one of Yorkshire's stand-out performers in their run to their first-ever t20 Finals Day, which takes place at the Swalec Stadium in Cardiff this Saturday. Miller is Yorkshire's leading t20 run-scorer this season with 271 from 10 matches, including three half-centuries and a best of 74 not out against Durham at the Riverside. The 23-year-old is seen as a Twenty20 specialist, having played domestically for the Dolphins in South Africa, Kings XI Punjab in India and Durham and Yorkshire in England. He has also represented his country in T20 internationals. "I've thoroughly enjoyed my time here, I've loved every minute," said Miller. "The club have been brilliant in every area, both on the field and off it. It's meant a lot to me. "Hopefully I can then come back next year and do a bit more for them. I have not heard anything yet, but I'm sure something will be finalised at a later stage."