Indian hockey team midfielder Jaskaran Singh said that he has learned a lot from experienced players Manpreet Singh and Chinglesna Singh Kangjujam during the national camp.


The 26-year-old player, who has played six matches for India, said that he continues to consult senior players to improve his game.

He said, "I am making my mark internationally. However, it was great for me to practice with
Manpreet Singh and Chinglensana Singh Kangjujam. I have learned a lot from him not only about hockey technique but also other aspects related to the field. '

He said, "I keep talking to my seniors constantly to get information about the game and to get better as a player. Manpreet and Chinglensana have played more than 200 matches forIndia and they have a lot to share their experiences. "

Jaskaran said that he would like to play more matches for the Indian team once the
competitive game starts.
Asked about dealing with  Covid-19 and lockdown, the player said, "The lockdown phase was tough for everyone, but we found a way to stay positive through our fitness practice." I had put all my energy into maintaining my fitness. "