England's James Anderson would "love" one-day return

English fast bowler James Anderson celebrates after becoming the highest ever English wicket taker with 384 after taking the wicket of West Indies captain Denesh Ramdin on day five of the first cricket Test match between West Indies and England at the Sir
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Bowler James Anderson expresses his desire to play either 50-over or Twenty20 cricket for England again.

James Anderson has conceded that he would "love" to be given the opportunity to represent England in the limited overs format of the game again.

The country's leading Test wicket-taker of all time made the last of his one-day international appearances in March 2015, while he has not played a Twenty20 game since 2009.

However, even at the age of 33, the bowler has said that he is eager to make a return to shorter matches.

"I have not spoken to the coach about that sort of thing for a while. The progression of the one-day side and Twenty20 side has been fantastic over the last 12 months," he told BBC Sport.

"If they think I can help that along, that's great. I'd love to have another chance of playing 50-over or Twenty20 cricket."

Anderson is expected to be in the Test squad for this summer's clashes against Sri Lanka and Pakistan.

James Anderson of England with figures of 6 for 42 acknowledges the crowds applause during day two of the 3rd Test match between West Indies and England at Kensington Oval on May 2, 2015
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