Test recall is Plunkett's aim
Yorkshire fast bowler Liam Plunkett believes he is playing well enough to force his way back into England's Test team.
Plunkett has been outstanding for England's one-day side of late and has taken 28 wickets in his 13 matches in 2017.
However, he has not represented his country in the five-day format of the game for three years.
The 32-year-old, who has missed Yorkshire's first four NatWest T20 Blast matches of the season because of a groin injury, said: "I feel like I'm at my best now.
"It wasn't too bad, just a grade one (tear). It's always frustrating to be injured, especially when you miss the start of the T20 stuff.
"The last couple of years, I feel like I'm a main part of the England one-day squad now.
"I'd love to say the same about Test cricket, but I'm a little bit off that. I still want to play, and I feel like I'm at my best now. I can be consistent with the white ball, so why not the red ball as well?"
Yorkshire have claimed four points from their first four North Group games in the T20 Blast and are 13/2 to win the competition outright. They are 11/1 to win the County Championship Division One title.
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