Mitchell McClenaghan: FL t20 title will be dream end to summer

Mitchell McClenaghan

Mitchell McClenaghan hopes to end his "dream" English summer by helping Lancashire to the FL t20 title.

The 27-year-old left-armer has helped New Zealand win one-day and T20 series against England in the past month.

And seamer McClenaghan took 3-35 as the Red Rose began their campaign with a

"I'm going to ride the wave while I can, keep enjoying my cricket and hopefully contribute to some good wins with Lancashire," said McClenaghan.

He told BBC Radio Manchester: "I've always taken the attitude that I give my best every game and results will take care of themselves."

McClenaghan, who has featured in 10 one-day internationals and eight T20 fixtures for the Black Caps, has never played in English county cricket before.

But he said there was no hesitation when he agreed to become

"It looked like a good fit," he added. "There are lots of people that I can learn from, like Ashwell Prince and Simon Katich, who have got

"I want to learn and contribute to winning a title."

Lancashire have never won the domestic T20 tournament since the competition's inception in 2003 - the closest they came was in 2005, when they lost to Somerset in the final.