"He has set the bar as far as captaincy is concerned. He has won everything possible, and number one (ranking) in ODI, number 1 Test status and the T20 also. He has left nothing to achieve for any other captain," said Kohli when asked by former cricketer Sanjay Manjrekar on what qualities would he like to imbibe from Dhoni.
Manjrekar was the master of ceremony at the panel discussion, also featuring Kohli's Test teammates Ajinkya Rahane and Shikhar Dhawan as well as International Cricket Council's Chief Executive Dave Richardson, after the formal launch of the World T20 Championship to be held in India in March-April, 2016.
"But all I can try and do in the Test format, and I have said this before, is learn more composure from his captaincy. And that (is) something I felt I have improved in the last
couple of series. But his ability not to panic in pressure situation is something that I would like to learn," said Kohli.
"I have been learning, I have been vice captain for a while, have been noticing what he does in different situations," added Kohli who led India to a come-from-behind Test series win in Sri Lanka after 22 years and then guided the team to a 3-0 win over South Africa in the recently concluded four-game Test series at home.

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