<em>Rahul Dravid has been in the news for a variety of reasons in the recent past -- he was named as mentor of the Rajasthan Royals team, played a big role for them during the IPL auction and he was also named by Sunil Gavaskar as the man who should replace Duncan Fletcher as coach of the Indian cricket team.</em> <em>Now, that set the cat among the pigeons but you can always count on Dravid to clear things up as quickly as possible. In a press conference organised by Gillete, Dravid spoke about all things cricket -- from Fletcher to the role of a coach in modern cricket. Pujara's bowling, Dhoni's captaincy found a mention as well.</em> <em>Excerpts from the interaction:</em> Sunil Gavaskar recently said that he thought you should be made the next coach of the Indian cricket team... Firstly, I am happy that he thinks I am capable of doing the job but I honestly don't think I can commit the kind of time that the job requires. The Indian team job is a 11-month affair and I have just retired from international cricket so I don't think I can do the job at the moment. You never know in the future but at the moment, I would say 'no.' I am with the Rajasthan Royals team but that is a two-month job as compared to the Indian one. Time permitting I would love to work with the India under-19s or the India A team but the India coaching job is not possible in the moment and definitely not in the near future either. Do you think Indian needs a new coach? I think with the World Cup just a year away it is unlikely that India will make any changes to their coaching staff or any part of the leadership group. And you have to at least give them at least four years to make the changes. We have two big tours of England and Australia coming up and the World Cup after that as well. If there will be a review, it will probably be after the World Cup. Why do you think India are performing so poorly overseas? Well, it is not something that has just started happening. I have been part of the team that lost eight matches in a row towards the end of my career and we had some very, very good players. It is a learning process and to be fair to this Indian team, they had two really good opportunities on the last two tours to win matches and they weren't very far away. Slowly, they will get better. England and Australia are going to be huge tests for them.