Start Banging The Door Down...": Rahul Dravid's Strong Message To Indian Cricket Team Players With T20 World Cup Dreams

Indian cricket team head coach Rahul Dravid gave a lowdown on what he expects from players with aspirations to be part of the T20 World Cup squad

Dinesh Karthik as an "enforcer" opens up a lot of options going into the T20 World Cup, says India head coach Rahul Dravid,

who wants to identify a core group of 18-20 players by the end of England series. 

For Dravid, to be a part of the World T20 set-up, it won't be enough to just the "knock the door". 

Anyone who wants to stake a claim in that squad of 15 will need to "bang it down".

 "It was really nice to see Karthik come off and do what he has been picked to do.

That was good and it opens up a lot more options for us, going forward," Dravid said after the five-match series against South Africa ended in a 2-2 draw.