Yuvraj Singh, who has been ruled out of the upcoming ODI series against England due a broken finger, is in no mood to rush his comeback in the Indian team and prefers a "wait and watch" policy.
Yuvraj is still recuperating from a broken index finger he suffered during the second Test at Trent Bridge, which also forced the all-rounder to miss the entire ODI series in England.
"I can't say much about it (my injury) right now, you will have to wait and see," the left-handed batsman said after launching Chetan Bhagat's new novel, Revolution 20:20, in New Delhi, on Saturday.
Apart from the fracture, Yuvraj also has a ligament tear on his finger which will take some more time to heal.
Asked about whether he had any plans of penning a book on his life in future, Yuvraj said, "My life story is very interesting. I haven't given it a thought but may be I will write someday about myself."
"When I am playing I like to read motivational stuff but I won't say I am a bookworm," he added.
He also refrained from commenting on former Pakistani pacer Shoaib Akhtar's autobiography, Controversially Yours, saying, "I haven't read the book."