And each of his four Tests has ended in a win.
"Whatever the side will be will be but we won't know until we get there".
The series sweep is a dramatic turnaround for Australia which reached a nadir earlier in the summer when it was humbled by South Africa at Hobart inside three days, including being bowled out for 85 in its first innings, and fell 2-0 behind in the series.
The Aussies have not won a Test match in India since 2004 and have lost the last seven.
Former Australian captain Michael Clarke, for one, believes dropping Renshaw would be "a bad move".
"Renshaw made 184, played really well and showed he can up the ante when he needs to".
"But when I leave the field and ultimately retire this is my wish. He deserves a lot of credit", Clarke said while calling the action on the Nine Network recently.
"We've been able to build pressure with the ball, hit good areas and we've caught well this series which has been a big focus of ours".
Nathan Lyon finished the SCG Test with five wickets. Hilton Cartwright, Mitchell Marsh and Glenn Maxwell are the leading contenders to play that role.
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"But we'll certainly be playing two spinners".
'Our bowling is always our strength but in this series I was a bit disappointed that we couldn't take 20 wickets in any of the tests, ' Misbah said.
It was Pakistan's fourth consecutive 3-0 whitewash in Australia since 1999, and their twelfth straight defeat.
Australia beat Pakistan to win the Sydney Test by 220 runs.
"The attitude we've had the last four Test matches has been outstanding and we've played some very good cricket", Smith told ABC radio.
Australia's scoring rate - the highest for any team in a series against Pakistan.
"He [Marsh] was exceptional last Test in Sri Lanka, so he's a real chance to come into the squad and play as well". Smith, the man of the series against Pakistan, averaged 110 over the three Tests, Handscomb was just one run short of finishing his first Test summer with a career average of 100 and Warner and Renshaw produced hundreds of contrasting style but similar substance.
Dynamic opening batsman David Warner was named man of the match for his scintillating hundred before lunch on the opening day, while skipper Steve Smith was announced as the official player of the series. "There was no inspiration from Misbah, so things have got to change in Pakistan", he said.