New Delhi: Varun Aaron's short career has been plagued by injuries but "having the right set of people around" him has been the reason for the Jharkhand speedster's comeback in India's ODI side for the upcoming tour of New Zealand.
"I believe what helped me during these two years of rehabilitation was being around the right kind of people who would guide me in a correct manner. During the tough phases, you need these people around you which helps you in making a comeback," Aaron told PTI over phone from Dhanbad, where he is playing the Ranji Trophy league match against Punjab.
"I must thank the BCCI for being very supportive during my prolonged absence from the game, NCA where I did my rehab with BCCI physios and trainers. I owe a lot to the MRF Pace Foundation where I worked on my bowling and fitness and above everyone else -- my family, who had supported me in this tough phase," Aaron added.