WTF? BRISBANE forward and former Australian international Tonie Carroll is reportedly keen to end his rugby league career by playing for New Zealand in this year's World Cup. Carroll, who last month said he had retired from representative football and would end his NRL career at the end of the 2008 season, has told NZTV he again wants to line-up for the Kiwis. Christchurch-born Carroll, who made his State of Origin debut in 1998 for Queensland, played five Tests for New Zealand under a special dispensation for the 2000 World Cup. He has since represented Australia seven times - as well as playing 18 Origin, including Queensland's series win last year - but now wants to end his career as a Kiwi. "I've always said I'm a Kiwi," Carroll said in the interview with One Sport. "I love being a Kiwi. "The Kiwi blood is tough and that's what rugby league is about, it's toughness."