SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 18: Cameron White of the Bushrangers bats during the Matador BBQs One Day Cup match between Victoria and Queensland at Drummoyne Oval on October 18, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images)

Victorian veteran Cameron White still holds out hope of a recall to the Australian side, despite playing the last of his 88 one-day internationals in January 2015.

White has dominated the current Matador Cup tournament once again, scoring 453 runs, with two centuries and two fifties.

While White hasn't given up hope of an ODI recall, he admits it is an unlikely proposition at this stage.

"I still want to play for Australia, that's the reason I'm still playing cricket," White said.

"(But there's been) no communication. I don't really know. I'm more hopeful than optimistic I guess."

White also said that he is enjoying his improved form could be in part linked with less responsibility, since Matthew Wade took over the captaincy three years ago.

"Not being captain, you can just enjoy playing the role that you're given from the captain and the coach.

"When you are captain, naturally there's more you have to deal with off the field.

"There's not so many worries. You just play your role and and you help out where you can at training and within the group but once you're done you can sort of relax a bit more away from the game and in that respect it's probably a little bit more enjoyable."

Victorian play New South Wales on Friday for a spot in the Matador Cup final against Queensland on Sunday.