Tahlka news Bureau,
Visakhapatam:�Virat Kohli has recommended former New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori for Team India coach's job.
New Zealand�cricketer Daniel Vettori's name has been suggested by Kohli but there was no confirmation yet if the Indian board is seriously considering it.
Daniel Vettori, who is currently the head coach of Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore and Big Bash League side Brisbane Heat, could find himself in the running for the position of India's national coach.
The 37-year-old former left-arm spinner retired from international cricket following New Zealand's loss to Australia in the final of the 2015 World Cup in Melbourne.
During an illustrious career spanning 18 years, Vettori has taken 362 wickets in 113 Tests and 305 wickets in 295 ODIs.
Kohli replaced Vettori as the skipper of the Bangalore franchise in 2013.
India is about to play 18 test matches from June to next March next year, so it is evident that the crucial announcement would be made any time soon.