London, Aug 25 (ANI): England fast bowler Stephen Harmison has said that he will gladly continue his international career for as long as he is wanted.
But the 30-year-old Durham pacer is equally prepared for the selectors telling him his time as a Test bowler is over.
Harmison found himself in the international wilderness at the start of this season, but returned for the final two Tests against Australia.Anybody who plays for their country never wants to give it up. But there comes a time when you have to say there are others who can do as good a job, if not a better one, than me," The Sun quoted Harmison, as saying.
"I always believe you plan for the next Ashes. And if Andrew Strauss and Andrew Flower want me to go to South Africa, I'll go," he said.
"If they are saying we're going to take this in another direction, then I'll gladly step aside," Harmison added. (ANI)