Kolkata: Indian skipper Saurav Ganguly on Sunday said there was 'nothing wrong' in master batsman Sachin Tendulkar's recent comment that he had not ruled out captaining the India team again in future.
''He has said nothing wrong,'' Ganguly said when reporters sought his reaction to Tendulkar's comments in a programme broadcast over a private television channel. Tendulkar, who had relinquished captaincy of the Indian team a couple of years ago, said in the programme that he had not ruled out taking over the mantle again and would inform the 'concerned people' when he was ready for it. ''I, or for that matter anyone else, will not remain Indian captain lifelong. So, when I am not there somebody has to step in. It could be Sachin, or Rahul Dravid or anyone else,'' he added.