New Delhi: Deprived of a place in the India 'A' squads, Harbhajan Singh finds himself with limited opportunities to stage a comeback, but the out-of-favour spinner is determined to make an impact in the upcoming Champions League Twenty20 to force his way into national reckoning.
Unlike some of the other seniors like Virender Sehwag and Zaheer Khan who have been drafted into the India 'A' team for the series against West Indies 'A' for their comeback trail, Harbhajan has no choice but to prove his worth in the T20 event.
"I am always happy to play any format, be it days cricket, one-dayers or T20. Whatever adjustments you make, the basic principles of success do not change. Whether it's Tests or T20s, the art of picking up wickets remains the same," Harbhajan said phone from Ahmedabad, where he is training with Mumbai Indians squad for CLT20.