England’s seam bowler James Anderson has put himself forward for the selection on Sri Lanka tour as he feels fit enough to manage the strenuous workload. The fast-bowler played 2 Test matches in South Africa before he suffered a rib injury. Before the injury, Anderson produced a magical spell at Cape Town grabbing his 28th five-wicket haul.
Anderson was also ruled out of the Ashes series after he suffered a calf injury. The right-arm fast bowler is determined to lend his services on the Sri Lankan tour. "It's all healed, I've been training for a few weeks now, getting my bowling back up to speed and I feel really good," he said.
Anderson has revealed many times in the recent past that he will play as long as his body allows him to play therefore, it seems like the veteran fast bowlers has currently no plans of retirement in his mind. The highest-wicket taker for England feels that he still has the x-factor to deliver for his national side.