AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - JANUARY 30: Matthew Wade of Australia looks on prior to the first One Day International game between New Zealand and Australia at Eden Park on January 30, 2017 in Auckland, New Zealand. (Photo by Anthony Au-Yeung/Getty Images)

T20 wicketkeeper-batsman Matthew Wade has fronted the media a week after 'shepherding' Englishman Mark Wood in his caught and bowled attempt at Perth Stadium, nearly costing the traveling side victory.

The 34-year-old confirmed his unknowingness in impeding the run of the England quick, suggesting "that looked horrible when I saw it after the game", when watching replays he continued saying "it was one of those things that just happened so fast."

"(Wood bowling at) 150 (kph), decent crowd – at first I didn't know if I hit it. It hit me in the head hard, it rung my bell a little bit, (I) went to run down the wicket, Davey (Warner) sent me back, I turned and saw point running in," Wade said, via 

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"Then I wasn't sure if I was going to get run out or where the actual ball was. It all just happened literally like that. And then next minute, I was on the ground, looked up and the ball was like coming down.

"So yeah, it didn't look great," he told the media.

England Captain Jos Buttler, weighed in on the incident wanting not to create a stir after first being unsighted with ball watching playing apart in his decision to opt against appealing for the wicket of Wade.

"I had my eyes on the ball the whole time, so I didn't really see what happened... we've only just got to Australia too so I thought, just carry on in the game." Butler said.