Anderson reveals international aims
England star James Anderson insists the national side are driven to become one of the best teams in the country's history.
England have been ranked as the number one Test side in the world since last August but Anderson is eager to stress that their ambitions are much greater than to simply remain as the world's top ranked team. He told BBC Sport: "We don't just want to stay number one in the world. That's not what is driving us on. "We actually do believe that we can become one of the best, if not the best, England team there ever has been. "Once we finish playing we want to look back on something we can be really proud of. We want to create a legacy. "We want to be a team that people look back on and think, 'That was a great team' - a group that young kids look at and think, 'We want to be as good as that, we want to be in a team as good as that'." England's first Test series of the summer is against the West Indies, with the first Test set to get underway on May 17, as they look to recover from a disappointing winter that included losing three Tests to Pakistan in the UAE.