<div class="img-caption-wrap "> <img alt="MS Dhoni receives backing from fellow wicketkeeper batsman Dave Richardson" src="https://st2.cricketcountry.com/wp-content/uploads/cricket/image_20121230195012.jpg" title="MS Dhoni receives backing from fellow wicketkeeper batsman Dave Richardson" /> <p class="imgcaptionnew" style="width:618px;"> Dave Richardson said MS Dhoni is a good captain and an praised his calm © PTI</p> </div> <strong>By Sabi Hussain<br /> <br /> New Delhi: Jan 6, 2013</strong><br /> <br /> <a href="/tags/ICC/post" target="_blank">ICC</a> chief executive <a href="/tags/Dave-Richardson/post" target="_blank">Dave Richardson</a> spoke highly of the "exceptional talent" in India captain <a href="/tags/Mahendra-Singh-Dhoni/post" target="_blank">Mahendra Singh Dhoni</a> and backed his captaincy.<br /> <br /> Commenting on growing clamour for Dhoni's ouster as a captain after series of dismal performances by the team at home and away post World Cup triumph in 2011, Richardson, who himself donned the responsibility of wicketkeeper-batsman for South Africa for 42 Tests and 122 ODIs, said, "If he is a good captain, which he is, then he should remain at the job.<br /> <br /> "The only way you judge a keeper is by how much he misses and Dhoni doesn't miss too much. In fact, I have always marvelled at his workload. The fact that he is batting at No 6, captaining the side and keeping wickets, I think he has exceptional talent. He also stays calm.<br /> <br /> Talking about <a href="/tags/BCCI/post" target="_blank">BCCI</a>'s reluctance to introduce DRS (Decision Review System) in the home series, Richardson said the idea behind introducing the technology is to improve the accuracy, reliability and the ball tracking system.<br /> <br /> "There are a number of teams and the players who want to have DRS on a more consistent basis. At this stage, the majority of member countries agree with the ICC policy to have it in the series so when it is used it works well. I think in the longer run, it's good for the game.<br /> <br /> "To avoid umpiring controversies, our goal is to make sure that if it is used, it should be used well. The policy is 'don't force it on the member nations'."