Melbourne: Ashes hat-trick star Peter Siddle believes he has the one-day form to warrant a trip to the World Cup.
Australian selectors are still deciding who to send to the sub-continent to replace injured bowler Doug Bollinger.
Siddle, best known for his efforts in the Test arena, says selectors should remember he has done the job in the past.
"I`ve done well and obviously the tournament over at the Champions Trophy, with the role I played over there with the side winning, I sort of complemented everyone else," the 26-year-old said.
"It worked well and I had a good final, so I think I`ve done enough."
Siddle anticipates selectors won`t rush the decision on Bollinger`s replacement, instead likely to wait until after Australia`s next match against Sri Lanka on Saturday.