All-rounder Moeen Ali said he is available to playing test cricket once more under new England mentor Brendon McCullum.
The 34-year-old quit the long organization last year with 2,914 runs and 195 wickets from 64 tests yet assumes a significant part in England’s restricted overs sides.
Moeen said McCullum, who was placed responsible for the test group last month, had sounded him out about a potential red-ball return.
Baz (McCullum) informed me inquiring as to whether I was ‘in’,” Moeen was cited as saying by the Guardian paper subsequent to being granted an OBE for his administrations to cricket.
“I have played with him in the Indian Premier League and truly partook in the manner he works.
“We talked and he referenced possibly, from now on, in the event that there is a visit – or at whatever point, truly – could I be accessible? I said ‘call me at that point’. We’ll see.
“The entryway is open,” added the Worcestershire player.
Britain start another time under McCullum and new test commander Ben Stokes later on Thursday when their three-test series against New Zealand starts off at Lord’s.
Moeen said he was anticipating see what occurs with England under the new administration.
“And, surprisingly, however it’s miserable Chris Silverwood went as lead trainer and Root ventured down as chief, it’s continuously energizing when there is another part.