London: England fast bowler James Anderson has said that he is not a one-trick pony and is poised to prove his versatility with the ball against Australia in the Ashes next month.
The 28-year-old collected five wickets at 82.60 during the last Ashes series in Australia. He has taken 52 wickets at 43.84 from 19 Tests away from England compared to 136 wickets at 27.13 in 33 matches on home soil.
"I want to be the No.1 bowler in the world, so to do that I have to be able to bowl in different conditions and to take wickets," the Sydney Morning Herald quoted him as telling AAP.
He added: "I think I have improved a hell of a lot in the last two years and I have learnt various skills."