Melbourne [Australia], Oct 22 (ANI): Australian cricketer Travis Head wants to play white-ball cricket in order to reclaim his Test spot.
The 25-year-old cricketer was replaced by Mitchell Marsh in the fifth Ashes Test after his poor run in the series.
"I think one day cricket in the middle of summer is a good thing, sometimes it can give you a little bit of freedom," cricket.com.au quoted Head as saying.
"I can go out and hit the ball, I can go out and play with a bit of freedom," he added.
Despite having a bad summer, Head is hopeful of returning to the side for the home series against Pakistan.
"Sometimes you can get a lot of runs and feel like you are not batting well, sometimes you can bat well and not get runs," said Head.
"I would love to be there obviously but I will keep doing what I am doing," he added.
Australia will lock horns with Pakistan in the first Test match starting from November 21. (ANI)