Sydney, July 12 (ANI): Australian spinner Jason Krejza, who has been out of the national squad for long, has expressed an eagerness to make a comeback.
"I see myself as being the best spinner in Australia, and I'm working to get better so I can get picked again. I saw my getting dropped as an indication that I need to improve, which is not a bad thing.
Getting dropped was upsetting, but I responded in the best way that I could," the Sydney Morning Herald quoted Krejza, as saying.
"I'm bowling really well right now. I did about a month's work back at home, and it's been good to get outside again," he added.
However, the 26 year-old spinner who took 12 wickets on debut against India, has wished counterpart Nathan Hauritz the best for the Ashes series.
"Nathan got his chance a few months ago and did quite well when he got that opportunity," Krejza said.
Krejza also highlighted that he would prove his worth when he gets an opportunity to represent the team.
"He (Hauritz) was given a job to do, and he did it very well. As for my non-selection, it's just about taking wickets, and when I get another opportunity, hopefully I can hold on to it for more than two Tests," he added. (ANI)