Neil Wagner: New Zealand seamer feels lucky to be at Lancashire
New Zealand seamer Neil Wagner has spoken of his pride at being able to play for Lancashire this season.
The South Africa-born 30-year-old claimed 6-66 on his debut against Nottinghamshire at Old Trafford.
Wagner, who had a stint with Northants in 2014, joined the Red Rose as their overseas player for the 2016 campaign.
"It's a great club and a great place. I always had something for Lancashire when I played here for Ormskirk in 2008," he told BBC Radio Lancashire.
"I came to watch quite a few games for Lancashire and when England played here as well, so I love the ground and everything about it.
"For me to come over here was an easy decision and to come and play a part in such a special club is pretty awesome. I'm lucky to be here."
Wagner's figures were the best by a bowler making his Lancashire first-class debut since 1923.