Phillip Hughes has vowed to stick to his guns as he prepares to blast England's bowling attack away his summer.
The 20-year-old Australian ace has been a revelation after making his Test debut against South Africa earlier this year.
The opener shrugged off a duck on his debut in Johannesburg to score 75 in the second innings, before creating history in Durban by becoming the youngest player in Test history to score a ton in both innings.
The left-hander is now limbering up for the Ashes by playing for Middlesex.
And English crowds can expect to see the full range of his aggressive stroke-play, as he insists he will not compromise his style this summer.
"It has actually been a great couple of months and a couple of months I'll never forget - the rise has been very quick but I'm thoroughly enjoying it," Hughes told Sky Sports News, adding his style of play had attracted a lot of discussion over the last couple of months.
"But at the end of the day everyone plays a different way and I'll stick to my own game plan and really go from there," he said.
"I've always been like that, as I said earlier everyone's different, so I think the big thing is just to continue the way you've always played and play to your guns really and just go from there.
"It's just something I've always done and hopefully I can continue that."
The youngster, who is currently averaging just under 70 at Test level, added he had received advice from such experienced Test cricketers as Steve Waugh, Ricky Ponting and Justin Langer.
"I know it is a different level - it is a step up - but in saying that, if you play how you've always played and done what you've done to get there, I think that's the big thing - just continue that way."
Hughes added the 75 he got in the second innings against the South Africans had boosted his confidence to push on.
"I suppose after the second Test, to get back-to-back centuries, I've never done that before at any form of the game so that was exciting, so to wrap the series up after the first two games was very special."
There has been some controversy surrounding his joining Middlesex before the Ashes, but Hughes says he had agreed to play for the county before being called up by Australia.
"Obviously there's been a fair bit of talk about that, getting a couple of guys over here before the Ashes and that, but at the end of the day, I'm enjoying my time at Middlesex and the guys have been great here and I'll just continue to play for these guys."