The 27-year-old, however, expressed disappointment that his team lost the summit clash to Chennai Super Kings by 58 runs.
"It is disappointing. We could have won the match. It is unfortunate but part of the game," he said.
Acknowledging experienced Indian pacer Zaheer Khan's contribution to his success in the tournament, Aravind said the veteran bowler always helped him with valuable suggestions.
"Every delivery is a learning experience for me. I have learnt how to bowl to good and experienced batsmen in a competitive field. Zaheer Khan had been telling me how to hit right areas and how to bring variations," said the lad from Bangalore.
The Royal Challengers conceded 200-plus runs against Chennai and that was always too much for the side to chase down on a slow pitch. But Aravind said the absence of fast bowler Dirk Nannes of Australia could not be blamed for the debacle.