Tim Paine hinted David Warner's inclusion for Australia in the third Test against India may not be the only change to the side.
Warner is set to return from an adductor injury when the third Test begins in Sydney on Thursday, and Will Pucovski appears set to make his international debut.
Australia captain Paine confirmed on Wednesday a team had been picked – but he would not publicly name it just yet.
"We've got a team, we're just not releasing it at the moment," he told a news conference.
"The boys are still training at the moment so we'll get through that first unscathed and then we'll try and get a team out as quickly as we can after that.
"Obviously with David playing and potentially more, there's some conversation that need to be had first."
Paine confirmed Pucovski would open if he played, with Joe Burns already omitted from the squad.
That is likely to see Matthew Wade return to the middle-order and Travis Head potentially dropped.
In October and November last year, Pucovski became the first player to score double centuries in consecutive Sheffield Shield innings since Dene Hills in 1997-98.
Paine praised Warner, whose absence has been felt as Australia struggled with the bat in the opening two Tests.
"Davey's been awesome, brings really high intensity, fills guys with confidence around him," he said.
"He's a player that you love having on your side, he's always got plenty to say, really energetic, very professional and I've always loved playing with him and I know he's a player in this team that guys love to have in our side.
"He's made an instant impact with that energy and intensity that he brings.
"Will's been fantastic as well. He's been out of the bubble for a couple of weeks so he's excited, he's fresh, he's been batting really well in the nets and looks ready to go if he was called upon."