World Cup final defeat, India head coach Rahul Dravid needs time to reflect on his future with the national team even as his his two-year contract ended on Sunday. India lost the World Cup title clash to Australia by six wickets and with this assignment, 'Mr Dependable's contract with the BCCI has ended officially.
The issue has not yet come up for discussion within the BCCI even though Dravid has guided the team to two ICC tournament finals and one semi-final in his two-year stint.
Asked how he looks at his future and if he is game coaching in a single format, Dravid remained non-committal.
«I haven't thought about it. I've just come off a game.
I had no time to think about this and no time to reflect on this. Yeah, I will when I get the time to do that,» he said at post match media conference.
«At this point of time, I was completely focused on this campaign and there was nothing else on my mind.
And I haven't given any other thought to what happens in the future.»
The 50-year-old also said he isn't someone who believes in analysing his own two-year tenure.
«To be honest, I am not really someone who's going to judge and analyse myself. I was really proud to work with.
I think the players that I worked with over the last two years in all the formats, it's been a privilege.»
He also didn't want to comment whether he would be interested in guiding the team during the next year's T20 World Cup in USA and the West Indies.
«Honestly, I haven't thought about it. I think all our campaign, all our energies were focused on this match, focused on this tournament, and focused till here.