Adam Zampa wants to keep improving and gain experience  © Getty Images
Adam Zampa wants to keep improving and gain experience © Getty Images

Australia’s leg-spin talent Adam Zampa, who is currently with the ODI team touring West Indies for the tri-series which also includes South Africa, thinks that if he can keep ‘improving’ he might soon get a Test call-up. The 24-year old who has often been compared to one of Australia’s greatest spinners Shane Warne, because of his bowling action and immense self-belief. With 3-16 in against West Indies in the first match and a wicket in the next match against South Africa, Zampa has done well so far in the tri-series and is looking forward to putting in more match-winning performances for Australia in the future. ALSO READ: Adam Zampa calls Shane Warne one of a kind; dismisses comparisons

Zampa, in spite of missing out of the squad against Sri Lanka feels he has improved a lot and might soon earn the baggy green.  “In terms of making it to the next level in that format, I want to keep improving my bowling,” Zampa told as quoted by . “I think if I look at myself 12 months ago, 18 months ago, or 24 months ago, I think I’m ten times a better bowler than I was then,” he added. ALSO READ: Nathan Lyon: Adam Zampa developing into a great spinner

Zampa feels that gaining experience is more important for him to grow as a cricketer and that might help him. “Obviously I need to work out the conditions, bowling in Australia compared to bowling in places like here (West Indies) or India,” he added. “I think the more I can experience that the better I’ll be anyway,” said Zampa.

The leg-spinner is eyeing a place in the Test squad for Australia’s tour of India and Bangladesh in recent future and feels if he keeps improving the moment is not far away. “If I keep improving the way I think I’ve been improving, it’s definitely something that I think is on the cards,” Zampa said. He added – “Nathan (Lyon) is doing a great job at the moment and I’m very happy where I am playing Twenty20 cricket and one-day cricket. I just want to keep improving and hopefully if that opportunity does arrive, I’ll definitely be ready for it.”

Zampa will also be playing for Guyana Amazon Warriors in the forthcoming Caribbean Premier League (CPL) and he was more than excited to be a part of it. He said – “I think the CPL is really improving as a competition, there’s some pretty good international stars. To have the opportunity to play through the winter, not that it’s a bad thing (to have a break), but I’m not the kind of guy who likes to be stuck indoors or running around a park.”