I'd Love To Be Part Of Stokes' England - Anderson

James Anderson says he would love to return to the England Test team under new captain Ben Stokes.

Anderson and Stuart Broad, England's leading Test wicket-takers, were left out of the West Indies tour in March.

England lost the Test series in the Caribbean without the duo, who are both among the game's top 10 all-time wicket-takers in Test matches.

"Stuart and I were hoping our careers weren't over," said Anderson. "So it's nice to hear there's a chance."

Anderson has taken a record 640 Test wickets while Broad is second on England's all-time list with 537.

The appointment of Stokes as captain and Rob Key as managing director has reopened the door for the 39-year-old Lancashire fast bowler, with both saying they want Anderson and Broad, 35, to return.



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