Nottinghamshire bowler Luke Fletcher has said he plans to improve his fitness over the winter so he can contribute more to one-day cricket.
FLETCHER'S CONTRASTING FORM
- First-class record
- 53 matches, 29.85 bowling average
- One-day record
- 32 matches, 39.89 bowling average
- Twenty20 record
- 25 matches, 25.00 bowling average
The 25-year-old, from Bulwell, was a regular in the County Championship side this summer but played just two matches with the white ball.
He told BBC Radio Nottingham: "It's something that I am disappointed about.
"I'll be trying to get a lot fitter to play all forms and I think that's Mick's [Newell] issue with me as well."
The 6ft 6in seamer made his first-class debut for Nottinghamshire in 2008 and has taken more than 100 first-class wickets since then.
The club claimed their first Lord's one-day final win in 24 years beating Glamorgan by 87 runs in September in the YB 40 competition but Fletcher was not in the team.