Jos Buttler is doubtful of his Test status and is focusing on the 2023 World Cup.

Jos Buttler is worried about his return to the England Test team . Buttler led his team to their first ICC T20 World Cup victory last month .

London, December 8, 2017: Jos Buttler, an England white-ball captain, has expressed worry about his return to the national Test team and stated that he is currently enjoying his difficult position of leading his country in ODIs and T20Is.Last month, Buttler led his team to their first ICC T20 World Cup victory, defeating Pakistan in the final.Buttler has scored 2,907 runs in 57 Tests since his debut in 2014, two centuries and 18 fifties.Buttler did only 11 runs in both innings of the fourth Test, making his most recent Test appearance in the Ashes against Australia.

On his return to Tests, the batter said, as quoted by Sky Sports, We'll wait and see, he said.To be honest, I don't know for the time being, and the opportunity to captain the white-ball teams has been a great challenge and very rewarding, he said.The ICC Cricket World Cup 2023, which will be held in India, is the next thing that Buttler and white-ball coach Matthew Motts are interested in.Before the big cricketing tournament begins, England will have a three-match series against South Africa in January, followed by two home series against New Zealand and Ireland in September.

According to Buttler, we've had a number of retirements from the side, including some stalwarts in Stokes and Morgan.He said, We have got to figure out how we can fill that gap and give guys the opportunity to take those positions up and look to develop a balanced squad ahead of the tournament.Stokes hasn't shut down the doors completely, despite his departure from the 50-over model.The all-rounder said ahead of a Test series against Pakistan, Who knows how I would feel about a World Cup at the time.

Stokes said I just walked away as soon as he said the 50-over World Cup he pulled me to the side, and he pulled me out.Who knows?I am only focused on this series as I'm out here (in Pakistan), Stokes said.Buttler is taking the wait and see route with Stokes, a man who played a key role in Englands first-ever 50-over World Cup win in 2019.

We will just plan ahead and give guys the opportunity, and everything will come together naturally.Guys should do really well in the next six to eight months and put their hands up and try to stake a claim for those positions, said Buttler.Buttler is relishing the return of pace for spearhead Jofra Archer, who made a return to sport after a long break due to injury in a warm-up match against England Lions last month.Key had warned against rushing back Archer.

Archer would be awesome to have him in the background, Buttler said.Jofra himself is so excited to get back to doing what he loves doing and playing cricket again.He is such a legend of the sport, and we all love seeing him perform, he said.He is also a fun player.

Buttler described the sport as exciting.People ask me if Bazball will play in certain areas at any moment, and I think they did a good job.They put a lot of pressure on Pakistan without putting much of a lot of money on them, says Buttler.This attacking, positive tone in Tests, according to the white-ball skipper, would attract more people to the longer format.

Cricket has changed a lot, and the introduction of the short form and T20 cricket has sparked a lot of interest, said Buttler.They are indicating that you can do that as well in the Test form.I think as children watch this sort of thing, you want to be part of it, signed off Buttler.