A rare run drought over the last three innings does not bother Virat Kohli, the Indian Test captain said on Thursday.
"I don't think about these things.
Cricket is a game where you can only prepare well.
Results cannot be in your hand all the time.
You get caught to a no - ball and different things can happen which are out of your control, " Kohli said at a media briefing ahead of India's second Test against New Zealand starting at the Eden Gardens on Friday.
"Preparation is something that is in my hand and I look to do that every time I walk in to practice, " said Kohli, who has averaged 26 in the last three essays after his double century in the first Test in the West Indies.
The 27 - year - old batsman said he doesn't believe in form.
"I don't think there is anything called 'form'.
It is how you are feeling on a certain day.
It always doesn't mean you are out of form.
It's just about how you are feeling mentally on a given day.
We want to understand what we want to achieve and be stable in our head.
I am looking to work hard, " Kohli said.
On whether the Decision Review System (DRS) should be implemented by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) after Kiwi captain Kane Williamson nicked a caught - behind in the first innings of the series opener at Kanpur, which was not given, Kohli said, "Those are the things I can't say yes or no sitting here.
These are things we had discussed and had a meeting. "
"Some things can be debated like ball tracking and hawk eye.
I personally feel these are things that can be debated on.
We don't have DRS, so we cannot blame umpires.
Once DRS is in place, then we can think about it. "