Mumbai: Though disappointed at being left out of the World Cup squad, temperamental pace bowler Shanthakumaran Sreesanth is confident of playing in the next two editions and said he would bounce back into the Indian one-day team.
"I'm only 27 and have ten good years ahead of me. I have a good chance of playing in the next two World Cups and I will come back," the Kerala bowler said at a promotional event on Friday.
Sreesanth said he was happy about the backing he received from former Test skipper Sourav Ganguly after he was left out of the Cup squad.
Indian pacer S Sreesanth was left out of India's squad for this year's World Cup.
"I respect Dada's praise for me. I am still at the learning curve and there is a lot to learn," he said.
He said the best way for him now was to leave the past behind and move ahead by performing well.
"I will be playing soon in April (in IPL for Kochi) and am looking forward to the next World Cup," he added.