Kochi, Jan 15: India's Shantakumaran Sreesanth who is currently not a part of the Indian cricket team for England ODIs, also ensured that he is fit and raring to go as he bowled at the nets during Team India's practice session on Monday.
Sreesanth has had a good season especially after recovering from toe injury which forced him to stay off action for almost a year.
The Kerala pacer has claimed nine wickets in the three Ranji trophy matches he has played this season against Tripura, Jharkhand and Andhra was happy to bowl long spells especially after recovering from toe injuries.
Sharing his experience bowling at the nets at Kochi, Sreesanth said "I love cricket. The match is being played in my native place. The first time I bowled at the nets was 12 years ago when the South African team was here," Sreesanth said.
When enquired about his fitness, as he has comeback after a year, Sreesanth said, "I am fully fit and am ready."
India's pace attack and bolwing at death causing a worry, Sreesanth could be selected for the last two ODIs against England, as the current squad was for the first three ODIs.