MUMBAI Former Kenya captain Maurice Odumbe, whose five year-ban from international cricket ended in August 2009, is seeking to play in Bangladesh for the countrys cricket clubs, it was learnt Sunday. Not many are aware that he has represented Mohammaden Sporting Club, a Dhaka-based premier cricket club, in the past. Confirming the same over his mobile from Nairobi, the 40-year-old Odumbe said, I am seeking new avenues in Bangladesh and would like to play for some of the countrys club sides. I have played for the Mohammadens in the past and know the cricket set up at club level in Bangladesh. Odumbe had written a letter to his countrys national selectors offering his services to the game, however, he is yet to hear from them. Frustrated on delay, Odumbe has now decided to play for a club side in Bangladesh. Interestingly, Odumbe is also keen on commentating for sports channels, if a suitable offer comes through. I will not hesitate to take up a commentators job as well if any offer is received. Odumbe is open for any offers received in any part of the world where the game has a presence. Since his suspension, Odumbe has been heavily involved in fundraising for shelters for AIDS orphans, as well as presenting a weekly radio sports programme and appearing in a number of television commercials. He is also planning to release a song and has announced his intention to stand as a candidate for the National Democratic Development Union in the forthcoming Kenyan general election.