Batty is making his first appearance in the five-day format of the game in 11 years, and after ending the second day with figures of 1-51 from 17 overs, the veteran has acknowledged that he has felt a whole range of different emotions over the last 48 hours.
The 39-year-old told BBC Test Match Special: "Just sticking the shirt on itself is a huge honour so the nerves start jingling at that point, then you stick a new ball into the equation, then you have the boys at the top singing Jerusalem. If your emotions are not buzzing I would say you're probably not an Englishman.
"I'm a very passionate Englishman so that's what I've had to deal with - the nerves and the wanting to do well. Hopefully as the game progresses I'll get over that."
Bangladesh reached stumps at 221-5 in response to England's first-innings score of 293.