By CricketCountry Staff
London: Jun 18, 2012
Out-of-favour Devendra Bishoo said he has a plan in place to regain a spot in the West Indies squad, and is ready to put in hard work.
“It was hard work that got me to the top and I know I have to work hard to get back to the top. It was good to get three wickets on Saturday and bowl out India after we won the toss and put them in. It’s a good pitch for the batsmen, so the fact that we collected all 10 wickets in a day was fantastic for us,” the 25-year-old was quoted saying by The Telegraph.
“I bowled better today than in the last two games. I was rushing it a bit in the early matches, but I slowed things down and it flowed."
“I concentrated on each ball and tried to set up the batsmen. Things worked well for me and I felt I was in a good groove and in full control of what I was doing,” added Bishoo.
“I’m taking it moment by moment, step by step as I try to work my way back to the top. I’m taking gradual steps to get back to the highest level. The Indians are good players of spin and playing here against them has been a good test for me,” Bishoo said.