Young Rishabh Pant is not too concerned after chief selector MSK Prasad said that MS Dhoni remains India's first-choice wicket-keeper, as the youngsters are not up to the mark yet.
The 20-year-old said his job is to score runs, and not worry about other things. "I should not worry about all this. I don't think about all this at all. My job is to perform, score as many runs as possible," Pant said after the end of opening day's play in the Ranji Trophy final between Delhi and Vidarbha
Pant has struggled to score runs this domestic season, forcing Prasad to comment, "There is no comparison and I don't see any wicket-keeper, who can even come close to him (Dhoni) in world cricket, leave alone Indian Cricket.”
Dhoni is India’s first-choice keeper in limited overs while Wriddhiman Saha does the duty in Tests.
--By A Cricket Correspondent