Dubai, Feb. 16 : Essex opener Alastair Cook has said that he will do it his way as England captain during the team's tour of Bangladesh.
"I''ll be my own man over the next six weeks and I''m definitely going to do it my way," The Sun quoted him, as saying.
"There''s a huge amount of cricket to be played in the next 12 months and it''s the perfect time for him (Strauss) to take a break. It gives me a great opportunity to get some experience in the role and I know he''ll be at the other end of the phone if I need him," he added.
"We''ve got a lot of experience in this camp and the likes of Kevin Pietersen and Peter Collingwood will be around to help me," he said. (ANI)
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