Ashes 2013-14: England’s Flower wants to prove doubters wrongs
Ashes 2013-14: Andy Flower says he is desperate to prove England's doubters wrongs after losing the series on Monday
Andy Flower says he is desperate to prove the doubters wrong and guide the England team into the future.
Flower, who took charge in April 2009, had previously won three successive Ashes series but his future remains unclear after the urn was surrendered in just 14 days of Test cricket.
I’m always very hungry to deliver my best as part of the England cricket group
Darren Lehmann’s Australia team confirmed their supremacy in the series after a comfortable win in Perth on Monday, and the Zimbabwean says that talks with the management and skipper Alastair Cook will take place in due course.
“We need to decide whether we’re merely focusing on these two games or looking further and exposing other players,” Flower said.
“I want to meet with our coaches, I need to meet with Alastair Cook,. I need to meet with the selectors as well.
“I’m always very hungry to deliver my best as part of the England cricket group – and that hunger does not dissipate at all.”