Batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar on Monday said he was still receiving congratulatory messages for becoming first batsman in the history of One-day cricket to score a double hundred and he was enjoying the good times.
"It has taken many years for a batsman to get a double-hundred (in ODIs). I am still getting great feedback. It feels terrific," he said on the sidelines of a function in Mumbai.
Asked when his fans would get to see a triple century from him in Test cricket, the master blaster said, "whenever it comes. It will be never late, I don't make big statements."
"I wanted to play cricket whole-heartedly for the country. I am living my dream and have played with two-three generations. I wanted to be a special member of the team and I have done it," he added.