"Last season, I did not score runs but if I do well in IPL, I may get a chance to come back in national team. It depends on my performance," said Sehwag who last played for India in a Test against Australia in March last year.
Sehwag, however, said that he was never low on confidence and his exclusion from the India team was due to "bad days" which every player will have to experience in his career. "There was confidence even when I was not scoring. I have played for India for so long and it was because of bad days I was experiencing. Every player does experience bad days in his career," said Sehwag who has scored 8586 Test runs from 104 matches and 8273 runs from 251 ODIs.
Sehwag scored a century for Marylebone Cricket Club against English county side Durham in Abu Dhabi a few days back, but asked about that, he simply said, "It feels good." Asked how long he would want to carry on his career, Sehwag, now 35, said, "If my body permits, I want to continue to play for two-three years. Then I will take a call." (PTI)