The 24-year-old Sreesanth was in thick of action in the ongoing India-Australia Future Cup series and came under lot of flak for his on field antics, which led the Aussie to comment that ''The BCCI should do him a favour and suspend him for a meaningful period.''
The Kerala express in a scathing reply to the said, ''I feel I am OK. I feel Ian should really look at the video of the last few games. I don't need a ban.'' ''I can learn. I'm grown up enough to realise how to play cricket. I love the game,'' he added.
Sreesanth, who has so far had several brushes with the conduct code in his small cricketing career spanning 11 Tests and 32 one-day internationals, the latest was his on field histronics against the visiting Australian Team on this tour. However, Sreesanth said that he must remain true to his instincts.
''It's not a new Sreesanth. I am trying to find that exact limit between really bad and really good. See how far I can go,'' Sreesanth was quoted by Herald Sun.
The hot headed pacer also made it quite clear that he would like to get a break from people who keeps on harping on his behaviour, saying ''if there is a need to bring change it wil be for the good.'' ''I am not bothered, but I do respect Ian Chappell. I loved the way he played the game. However, I do not need a break,'' he said.