Bangalore, Mar 11: MS Dhoni is aiming to become the first captain in history to hold all three ICC global titles at the same time.
When the ICC World Twenty20 2014 starts in Bangladesh next week, Dhoni and his men will seek to bring home the title for the second time.
Dhoni led India to the inaugural World T20 title in South Africa in 2007. In 2011, he took the team to World Cup (50 overs) triumph in Mumbai.
Last year, Dhoni added another global title when he captained India to Champions Trophy win in England.
By winning the Champions Trophy in 2013, Dhoni became the first captain in history to win all three ICC global tournaments.
The 32-year-old Dhoni, at the moment, holds World Cup and Champions Trophy. If he wins this year's World T20 in Mirpur on April 6, the wicketkeeper-batsman will set a unique record. Also, he will become the first captain to win World T20 title twice.
India's opening match at World T20 is against arch rivals Pakistan on March 21 in Mirpur. India are in Group 2 which also has Australia, West Indies, and a qualifier.