<iframe width="560" height="315" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/lvBVyNuILKo" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="true"></iframe><br/>Australia&#39;s reserve gloveman Matthew Wade addressed the press on Thursday. Wade said that anyone who puts their hand up with a good performance can cement his side in the team.<br /> <br /> Wade said he is focused on playing the Ashes. He also said that he wouldn&#39;t mind being a specialist batsman since Brad Haddin has been the first-choice wicketkeeper for Australia.<br /> <br /> &quot;It&#39;s a huge opportunity for everyone who&#39;s not had a game,&quot; Wade told Sky Sports News on Thursday. The Ashes tour has not started like we wanted, but to get an opportunity to play, which I&#39;ve not had for a couple of months, is great for me.<br /> <br /> &quot;I am here as a back-up wicketkeeper but I want to get amongst the runs and push for a spot as a batsman. I&#39;d take a spot where I can get one, wicketkeeper or batsman. If I get a tap on the shoulder to play a game, especially an Ashes game, I&#39;ll take it,&quot; he said.