Glamorgan coach Matthew Mott thinks teams will be queuing up to sign former England bowler Simon Jones after his performance in Saturday's Yorkshire Bank 40 final against Nottinghamshire.
Glamorgan's bid to upset the odds at Lord's failed as they succumbed to an 87-run defeat thanks mainly to excellent performances from Chris Read and Samit Patel.
Jones rolled back the years to provide the Glamorgan support with hope in the first session, clocking speeds of almost 90mph in a spell that brought him two wickets for 36 runs.
At 34, Jones has decided that his body can no longer take the toll of first-class and list A games.
Jones will next season become a Twenty20 specialist. As of now he has not secured a contract with a new club - he has not ruled out staying at Glamorgan either - but Mott does not expect the Ashes-winning paceman to be short of offers.
"He definitely put himself in the shop window," Mott said.
"A lot of people around the world will have watched that game. And with the proliferation of Twenty20 competitions around the world, I am sure there will be plenty of interest from elsewhere and within this country.
"He couldn't have marketed himself better than he did. It would have been a fitting send off for him to be on the winning team, but he can go out with his head held high.
"It was definitely his best spell of the year."
Jones has not played for England since he took five wickets at Trent Bridge against Australia in the infamous 2005 Ashes.
There will be plenty of frayed nerves at that venue over the next week despite Nottinghamshire's historic win at Lord's.
Celebrations in the Nottinghamshire camp were kept to a minimum, as they know their season is still far from over.
Chris Read's men know defeat against Somerset this week could mean they are relegated to Division Two of the LV= County Championship along with fellow heavyweights Surrey.
For a team that fielded nine internationals on Saturday, relegation would be a bitter blow, but Read hopes the victory at the home of cricket will spur his men on to secure their survival.
"I hope that the momentum and the joy that we have experienced will carry us through next week," the former England wicketkeeper said.
"Most of our red-ball cricket has been disappointing this year and to go in to the last game of the campaign not knowing which league you are going to be playing in next year is very disappointing.
"It's a format we haven't been successful in over the last few months, but we need to come out fighting on Tuesday."
Read, who has been at Nottinghamshire for 15 years, will sit down with the club's hierarchy following the final game of the season to discuss his future.
"The club have offered me a contract, but with the situation we have been in - i.e. with our precarious situation in the championship and with this final, it has been decided that we should park the talks until the end of the season," the 35-year-old said.
"Then we will sit down and work out where I need to go, where the club needs to go and how we can build a better Notts for the future."