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Returning Wriddhiman Saha Vows To 'Give More Than 100 Per Cent' For Bengal

Making a comeback to his home state Bengal two years after a public fallout, veteran Wriddhiman Saha on Tuesday sounded a touch emotional and said he "never looked at the past and focused on what lies in the present". Saha, who will turn 40 later this year, has agreed to return to his home state after a "friendly discussion" with former India captain Sourav Ganguly and his wife Romi. For starters, Saha will be the marquee player for the Rashmi Medinipur Wizards in the Bengal Pro T20 league, which began at Eden Gardens on Tuesday.

"I have not yet met the CAB officials, but went to the dressing room during practice and the colours of the chairs have changed. It looks different," Saha said emotionally during his first media interaction after returning to Bengal from Tripura.

"I never looked at the past; I always lived in the present. I've started my journey from here. Now that I'm back, I will try my best to get an opportunity in the Bengal side.

"But at the moment, the focus is on the Bengal Pro T20 and helping the team reach the knockouts. I've always given more than my 100 per cent wherever I played." Saha said he was never 'cut off from Bengal' while he was playing for Tripura.

"I have always wished the best for Bengal; that's what I said when I left. For me, everything belongs to Bengal — the start, the growth, everything happened here. It's not that I'm cut off from Bengal just because I've signed up with Tripura. I went there to play Ranji Trophy. After playing, I would come back here and speak to the friends." "Whenever I played in Tripura, I always kept track of Bengal's scores and how they were performing. I used to talk with the players too. Bengal has been doing well. The most important thing is, if I get a