India’s stand-in head coach Rahul Dravid recently spoke about taking up the full-time role of the national team’s head coach. Ravi Shastri, the current head coach of the team, will see his contract expire after the T20 World Cup in the UAE and Oman.
Since Dravid has been successful with the junior teams of India, he has been touted to take up the role of the senior team. He led India to an ODI series win in Sri Lanka before losing the T20I series.
Rahul Dravid enjoyed his maiden tour with the senior side but he hasn’t given any thought to taking up a permanent role in the near future.
“I have enjoyed this experience. I have not really thought of anything far ahead. To be honest with you, I am happy doing what I am doing. For me, I have not given it any other thought except this tour and getting through this tour and enjoying the experience.
“I love working with these guys, it’s pretty great. And no, I haven’t given it any thought really. You know, there are a lot of challenges doing a full-time role so I really don’t know,” Rahul Dravid said in a media interaction.