Left-arm spinner Ashton Agar has earned a surprise recall to the Australia squad for the fourth Test against India.
The Western Australia bowler joins the 13-man squad that regained the Border-Gavaskar trophy following a draw in the third Test at the MCG on Tuesday.
Agar made his Test debut against England at Trent Bridge in the first Test of the 2013 Ashes series and went on to smash a record-breaking 98 batting at number 11 in the first innings, combining with Phillip Hughes for a world record final-wicket stand of 163.
He has now been added to the party for the final Test against India, which begins at the spin-friendly Sydney Cricket Ground on Tuesday, with Australian captain Steve Smith confirming he will leave it late before deciding on the make up of his bowling attack.
"We'll see how the wicket is and go from there," said Smith.
Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting believes Agar could even make a late charge to be included in Australia's 2015 Cricket World Cup squad.
"I haven't talked much about this before but I was just looking and thinking about what they might do with a spinner for the World Cup, and we know that Agar's a very handy lower batsman and a good fielder as well," Ponting told SEN.
"I think he's someone who could slot into a World Cup one-day side really nicely."