Bangladesh opener Liton Das said on Sunday that he is not worried about his form as he prepares for the home series against Afghanistan.
The home series looks to be on his priority list as he insisted that he is concentrating on it rather than thinking of the forthcoming World Cup.
“I am not worried about it (my form). I will just start my practice tomorrow and will see what happens later,” he said.
“The World Cup is still a long way to go and from tomorrow there might be a camp and let’s see first we have to start,” he added.
Though Liton was asked about his form ahead of the home series against Afghanistan he looked happy considering the fact of winning the Kool-BSPA Sports Person of the Year 2022 for his heroics with the willow across format.
“It feels good to win the award and if I get it regularly or someone who performs receives it then certainly it will inspire me to do well,” he said.
Bangladesh Sports Press Association is the oldest and most revered organisation of sports journalists in Bangladesh on Sunday afternoon organised the gala programme whereas the State Minister for Youth and Sports Zahid Ahsan Russell, MP distributed awards among the winners as the chief guest.
Liton, for his outstanding performance for Bangladesh national cricket team across all formats, won the ultimate glory while the SAFF Women’s Championship winning team’s captain Sabina Khatun won the Popular Choice Award 2022.