Mumbai: Former New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming said that he had not thought of taking up full time coaching job yet. His name has been doing rounds as a possible successor to Gary Kirsten as India coach.

"I'm enjoying coaching Chennai Super Kings. I got my hands full at CSK. It is a good experience. I haven't thought a lot about my coaching career. It is something that I'll consider as time goes on," said Fleming, who is currently the coach of IPL side Chennai Super Kings.

"It's a great challenge for two months of the year. I am still learning my coaching philosophies as a coach in these two months," Fleming said at the post-match press conference after CSK lost to Mumbai Indians by eight runs.

Fleming said losing wickets at crucial moments was the reason for his side's narrow loss against Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede stadium here.

Fleming heaped praise on the fielding effort of Mumbai Indians, saying that it made a great difference between the two sides.

"The fielding in the IPL has been super standard. We saw it tonight. They are a terrific fielding side. Probably saved at least 15-20 runs. There was a great catch to get rid of the skipper (M S Dhoni). That made the difference. We can't field like them but we can get better," he said.

He said though his side was competing well in the IPL, they will have to start winning games to ensure that they do not fall behind in the competition.

"At this stage we need to get on a roll and win three or four games. If we can win a couple of games, we can find ourselves on the top of the order," he said.

Fleming defended South African all-rounder Albie Morkel, who is yet to fire with the bat, saying that he has done well for the team in the past and was just going through a lean phase.

He admitted that the team was missing an experienced bowler like Muttiah Muralitharan.

Chennai next take on Pune Warriors at home on April 25.

(Agencies)