The paceman was dropped after the primary Test in opposition to the West Indies in early July, did not play in the remainder of that three-match sequence, and in addition did not earn a recall for any of England’s three Tests in opposition to Pakistan final month.
Wood acknowledged it was “hard mentally” to reside for 2 months in a bio-secure bubble and barely get an opportunity to play, however did not go “moaning and groaning” to selectors behind the scenes.
“You never want to be left out, or the easy drop,” Wood mentioned in a video name.
“It’s not my model to shout and scream. I’ve an amazing relationship with (England Test coach) Chris Silverwood and I simply requested him truthfully what I wanted to do to get within the group and enhance.
“Sometimes you aren’t getting the reply you are in search of. He mentioned he was proud of me however simply that I did not get chosen. I feel as soon as you recognize you aren’t within the group, you might be disenchanted however you might be very fortunate to nonetheless be in a squad taking part in for England.”
The disappointment shall be barely eased if he makes the group for the three-match Twenty20 sequence in opposition to Australia beginning Friday, after which a three-match ODI sequence in opposition to the identical opponent from Sept. 11.
Wood has been a key member of England’s white-ball group in recent times, and is a World Cup winner from final 12 months. “It’s all the time good if you play for England, do not get me fallacious, however there’s an additional incentive if you play Australia, your largest rivals,” Wood mentioned.
“They are determined to beat you, you might be determined to beat them. It would not matter if it is the Ashes, white ball, T20. We’ll be determined to beat them.”
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