Headingley, Aug 14 (ANI): A disappointed Australian fast bowler Stuart Clark has said he hasn't received any feedback from selectors on his performance in the fourth Ashes Test at Headingley.
Reacting to national selection chairman Andrew Hilditch's comments that he remained at best fourth in the pecking order of Australian pacemen, Clark said that Hilditch would have made a casual comment while talking to media.
"He probably got asked a question [and] he probably answered it, didn't realise what he'd said," the Sydney Morning Herald quoted Clark, as saying.
"Sometime in the future, when I do see Andrew again, maybe over a quiet drink we'll talk about it, but I'm really not fussed about it either way. I think you always feel like you've got something to prove. You never feel as though you can just sit there and play," he added.
Hilditch has said that despite Clark's impressive three-wicket haul in Leeds, which sparked off an English collapse, he remained behind Mitchell Johnson, Peter Siddle and Ben Hilfenhaus in selectors' thought process for the fifth and final Test match to be played at The Oval next week. (ANI)