New Delhi: Even after being kept out of ODI and T20 squad for the the forthcoming tour of Australia, Indian batsman Cheteshwar Pujara feels that he can perform in the limited-overs cricket as well.
“...I am confident that I can do well in T20s or 50 overs. I have done well in domestic one-dayers and have scored good amount of runs.
“I know I am capable of playing in all formats. It is just a matter of time. I am working on certain areas and am looking to improve, trying to bring in a few more shots that will help in all formats. I will do well in the coming years since I am working on it,” Pujara told DNA.
The 27-year-old cricketer looked quite confident while answering the questions regarding the upcoming Indian Premier League season and Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy.
“I am looking forward to IPL 2016. I am working on my game. Syed Mushtaq Ali is the right platform where I can showcase my game. I want to improve as a player. There are six league games and I am confident of doing well,” added Pujara.