Dharamsala: Cricketer Ajinkya Rahane has said he is working towards attaining greater consistency and is looking to convert starts into big scores to secure his place in the Indian squad.
Opener Rahane scored a stroke-filled half century and was looking good for a hundred until his dismissal for 68 in the fourth One-Day International (ODI) against the West Indies here Friday, paving the way for India's 59-run win. (Sri Lanka to Host India in Test Series Next Year)
"I have often got starts but haven't been able to convert them into big ones. I realised that if I get a big score opening the innings, it will only help the team's cause. I would want to get a lot more consistent," Rahane was quoted as saying by bcci.tv.