Mark Taylor has advised Australian selectors to resist calls to bring Cameron Green into next month's Twenty20 World Cup side.
Green was in impressive form during Australia's T20 series against India, including a 19 ball half-century in the third match, gaining entry into the side largely through injuries to Marcus Stoinis and Mitchell Marsh.
Speaking to Wide World of Sports, Taylor admitted that while Green was showing impressive form, the Australian side should stick to what they've already selected.
"I'd be sticking with the 15 they've already selected. I think it's a bit late to change now," Taylor said.
"He grabbed the opportunity to open the batting, and full credit to him for doing that. That's the spot in T20 cricket - the further up the order you can get, the better.
"There's no doubt now he is putting pressure on Marcus Stoinis, although (Stoinis) is the incumbent and Australia won (the World Cup) last year, so it's pretty hard to change that squad.
"Mitchell Marsh, if you look at what he did during that World Cup, he had a terrific tournament I think batting at three. He grabbed that spot and deserves that spot.
"But the great news for Australia is that Cameron Green is showing us he is a very good all-round cricketer. So there is enormous pressure on all those all-rounders, which is what you want."