Former Indian skipper Dilip Vengsarkar has given his nod for the possibility of turning into India‘s coach and is savoring the opportunity to work with former buddy Ravi Shastri.

“It will be an amazing privilege to be once more to the dressing room with Ravi,” said Vengsarkar in a meeting with The Deccan Chronicle.

“I have appreciated being a part of the Indian group as a player furthermore as the administrator of Talent Resource Development Wing (an activity of the Board of Control for Cricket in India to spot nearby ability) and determination board. Since Indian cricket made me what I am today.”

Vengsarkar additionally saved his remarks on Duncan Fletcher and snapped the custom of getting an outside coach.

“Frankly, I don’t know Duncan Fletcher whatsoever. I have not in any case reached him. In any case in the event that you see his execution as a coach, he is to a great degree poor in Test cricket. We have not just lost, we have been whipped in the later past. From the most obvious position, we have gone down to number five,”

“A remote coach is not mindful of the rising players from the residential circuit. He just knows the players he has in the team while India has numerous gifted young people from the top notch circuit. Having an Indian coach will be favorable element. Ravi and others would know all the players well and can work as needs be, ” included Vengsarkar who was likewise part of the 1983 World Cup winning squad.