While I'm playing great T20 cricket, I'm in that group without a doubt - Smith
With the T20 World Cup approaching not too far off, Steve Smith said that he has created some distance from being the anchor of the side and is prepared to play with more opportunity in the briefest organization.
The accomplished player wound up with a less than impressive strike pace of 97.18 in the T20 World Cup played in the UAE last year.
Nonetheless, he showed looks at his capacity to play with more opportunity during the third T20I versus Sri Lanka in Pallekele this year where he broke an unbeaten 37.
As it turns out, his vocation strike rate remains at 125.78.
Smith's spot in the most brief organization has gone under examination, in the setting of Mitchell Marsh making progress at the number 3 opening and Tim David's power-hitting takes advantage of.
"I feel like while I'm playing great T20 cricket, I'm in that group without a doubt," Smith told correspondents at Townsville's Riverway Stadium.
"The job that I've been given the most recent few years is the 'Mr. Fix It' job and that tag's been detracted from me now.
Smith himself has been offered an agreement with Sydney Sixers to play after the last Test versus South Africa in January one year from now however he hasn't acknowledged the arrangement up until this point.
"I'm simply keeping my choices open right now, there's a couple of things I might actually do. I'll see what occurs."