"It is a tedious task to stand behind the wickets since there is more variety in the bowling when these two spinners bowl," Patel said.
The 19-year-old stumper, who names Australian gloveman Adam Gilchrist as his idol, said he was currently concentrating on improving his batting to break into the Indian One-day squad.
"It is a plus point if a wicketkeeper is among runs."
Indian vice-captain Rahul Dravid has been doubling up as a wicketkeeper in the shorter version of the game since the World Cup in South Africa last year to add more depth to the batting line-up.
Parthiv said he had gained a lot of experience from the Pakistan tour as he got a chance to face the likes of Shoaib Akhtar and Mohammed Sami.
The stumper, who was in Ludhiana on a promotional visit, said he was presently preparing for the forthcoming Asia Cup scheduled to be held in Sri Lanka in July.