London, Aug 25 (ANI): Brit cricketer Stuart Broad has revealed that he does not have the body like footie ace David Beckham to appear in underwear ads, even though they might make him famous.
Broad, 23, who cares more for his game than about the money that he can make, wants to focus only on how to perfect his bowling.
PR and promotion guru Max Clifford thinks Brand can make 2 million pounds a year in sponsorships, and also become one of the faces of English sport.
"Maybe I'll be more famous now - but that certainly won't help me get more runs and wickets," the Sun quoted Brand as saying.
"It is not something that fazes me - the attention and stuff like that - it is exciting and if that happens I'll look forward to it.
"I have been in a few adverts but I have not got the body to be posing in my underwear like David Beckham!
"That is my pure focus, on improving myself as a cricketer, which can only help the team improve. We will be training on Wednesday and working on my batting and bowling.
"That's the only way to improve and I look forward to taking that next step as a cricketer. If people want to talk about me, then they are welcome to.
"It is an exciting time but I have got some very good people around me.
"My old man experienced winning an Ashes series and has been successful and my mum is a very grounded person... if I ever put a foot out of place she would tell me!
"It is exciting that people are interested in cricket again and so happy that we have done well," he added. (ANI)