Oozing with confidence that he will be back in action within a month's time, Team India speedster Varun Aaron said there has been no question of his compromising with the speed.
"I will be fully fit in a month and will be back in action," Aaron said when asked about the injury he had suffered during the ODI series against West Indies at home.
"The last two medical reports have been good and I am undergoing specialised training in National Cricket Academy at Bangaluru," he said.
Twenty-two-year-old fast bowler from Jharkhand, Aaron was ruled out of the Test series in Australia due to a stress reaction on his back after the injury.
Aaron, who was in Jamshedpur on Saturday to take part in a programme organised by Jharkhand State Cricket Association (JSCA) with sports teachers of various schools to promote cricket in the city, told newsmen that he has been recovering fast and started bowling.
"I am not going to compromise with the speed and confident to maintain the speed soon," he said.