According to News.com.au, teammate Watson also pointed out that the step up in quality has been behind the feisty right-hander's rise in form this year.
Watson said that even in England, when Finch first came in and played the Twenty20, he got 150-odd runs, adding that it was exciting to watch, to be able to see someone hit the ball as clean as he does.
Finch's aggressive style has some dreaming of a day when he could team up with the equally devastating David Warner to form one of Test cricket's most powerful opening combinations, the report said.
However, the right-handed batsman himself was humble in response and said that both him and Phil Hughes were disappointed that they could not go for a match-winning opening partnership in the last ODI game against India.
--ANI (Posted on 28-10-2013)