Harbhajan Singh paid tribute to spin partner Anil Kumble following India's win over Sri Lanka in Ahmedabad.
Harbhajan took well to spin-friendly conditions in Ahmedabad
"It is always a great pleasure bowling with Kumble. He is a great bowler and did a very good job," he said.
Harbhajan was named Man of the Match in his 50th Test after taking 10-141 as India won by 259 runs.
He went on: "I am developing a few things and I hope I become a better bowler in the future. I am enjoying bowling and taking wickets."
India won the three-match rubber 2-0 and Kumble was named man of the series for his haul of 20 wickets.
He said: "It's a great feeling. Harbhajan and I managed to apply pressure on Sri Lanka's batsmen from both ends in the series.
"Sometimes he got more wickets than me and sometimes I did."
Kumble finished the match off early on the final day when he had Malinga Bandara (11) caught by stand-in skipper Virender Sehwag in the gully.
It completed a thumping 259-run win for the hosts.
Sehwag, leading the team in the absence of ailing Rahul Dravid, said: "It was tough as I'd missed the last Test match due to fever, but I'm delighted at leading India to a win.
"It was the urge to win that helped us secure victory. The spinners did a great job as claiming wickets on this track wasn't easy.
"Our lower order batted very well after the top half didn't contribute much," he added, singling out left-handed all-rounder Irfan Pathan.
He conceded that India's opening batsmen, including himself, were not in such good form.
"I'm not getting enough runs, but I'm playing my natural game and not thinking too much about it."
Sri Lanka coach Tom Moody said India were a formidable force on home soil.
"Over here they carry a huge amount of momentum," he said.
"They played some good, solid cricket, they played with confidence and certainly the team looked like they were enjoying their cricket."