After going through three surgeries and a long rehabilitation, Jofra Archer is all set to make his comeback.
He now wants to make it count by playing the T20 Blast tournament.
Archer feared about his career and even his England central contract after his long absence from the field.
He last played against India in March last year in a T20I series.
Archer then underwent a lot of rehabilitation in the Caribbean where England played T20Is and Tests against West Indies.
Archer will now play his first T20 Blast game against Glamorgan on the 26th of May.
England Cricket Board have however allayed all of Jofra’s fears and are in no rush to bring him back to action soon after his rehab.
Archer feels that he must now spend at least a year in the field and not focus too much on his elbow as this will allow him to perform better.
He will also not play any Test matches this summer as he has just recovered.
However, after a discussion with Rob Key, Archer revealed that the ECB wants him to stay with them for a longer duration.
He wants to play all formats of cricket and not just restrict himself to a single one.