Liam Plunkett sees his long-term future as being at Yorkshire despite choosing to take his chances at this year's Indian Premier League.
The 33-year-old says he is still committed to playing County Championship cricket for the club but has to be sensible at his age if overseas offers come in.
He recently joined Delhi Daredevils, 50/1 to reach the 2018 IPL final, as an injury replacement for South Africa's Kagiso Rabada.
"I still think I can win games for Yorkshire. Still for me, in terms of format, if you play a four-day game, and on the last day you win it, it's the best feeling you are going to get," he said.
"It's like a chess match, session after session, and I get the most joy out of that."
Of his time with the White Rose following his move from Durham five years ago, he added: "I class this as home now and I want to stay here as long as I can. I want to play as much red-ball cricket as I can while I think I can still contribute.
"But while I like playing cricket you also have to think about the future and earning money. That's the sensible thing to do."
Yorkshire can be backed at 2/1 to win their County Championship Division One match against Essex while the draw is available at 1/2.
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