Fiery fast bowler Peter Siddle believes the inexperience within Australia's ranks will prove beneficial come the Ashes.
The 24-year-old, who has been likened to former Australian fast bowler Merv Hughes, signalled his intent on his debut by hitting Indian opener Gautam Gambhir on the helmet with his first delivery in Test cricket.
But his aggressive style should not be under-estimated and he has already claimed 29 wickets in only seven Tests and, like Hughes before him, has also quickly become a target for crowd abuse.
"I'm a no-holds-barred cricketer," said Siddle. "I don't hold back and charge in and try and bowl fast and consistently.
"I watched a lot of Glenn McGrath and Allan Donald when I was growing up and I've tried to take a little bit from those players and try and make it as a cricketer.
"I did cop a little bit of grief when I was over in South Africa from the fans in a Merv Hughes-style so I think that's where that comes from.
"It's always going to be there and I suppose the way I bowl I'm probably going to cop a lot of it more often than not."
Siddle is unlikely to be a regular feature in the forthcoming ICC World Twenty20, though he could prove a key man in the Ashes series that follows.
The seamer confident Australia's inexperienced attack will have the edge simply because of its lack of exposure.
"There are a lot of blokes that haven't played a lot of Test cricket and it's a new beginning for us," admitted Siddle. "It worked over in South Africa when we had a number of new blokes there and they came straight in and performed well.
"The new blokes who have come into the squad here can come over and establish themselves as well and it's going to be a good series.
"There's always going to be a surprise factor with an inexperienced group and blokes that haven't been seen much.
"There's not going to be a lot of knowledge on the way some of us bowl and the way some of us go about our game so it will help a little bit, but you've still got to go out there and execute your plans and how you go about getting blokes out."
The first Test in the five-match series between England and Australia starts at Cardiff on July 8.