New Delhi: Naman Ojha is certainly back in the national selection committee's radar after four centuries in his last five first-class innings, including two double hundreds but he rules out any competition with Wriddhiman Saha for the second wicketkeeper's slot in the Indian team.
"I don't think I am competing with Wriddhiman. Our skill sets are completely different. Look at it this way, I can play as a specialist batsman in any position between number 1 to 7 for any team but Wriddhiman is a specialist wicketkeeper first," the 31-year-old MP cricketer told PTI on Tuesday.
With 687 runs from his last five completed innings (including two not outs) at a Bradmanesque average of 229, Ojha says that he has never been so confident about his game.