England team manager Andy Flower has tell fast bowler Stuart Broad to not remember playing the role of an 'enforcer' and focus on improving his accurateness.
"He has got pace and bounce and he is a vast player, but he can be more correct," minor was quoted, as proverb.
"His work is to generate pressure and to take wickets and to do that you usually bowl at off stump. So his work is not to rough up the resistance. It is not to be this outlandish enforcer," he added.
England dropped Stuart Broad for the one-day international series decider alongside Sri Lanka previous this month and he is at the present improbable to find a place in the first test next to India, The cable reports.
Former, England bowling coach David Saker had said that he wants Stuart Broad to play the position of 'an enforcer' to rip conflicting sides.
"We want him to be the enforcer in our squad. There is no better bowler in the world than Stuart broad at bowling bouncers," Saker supposed.
Stuart Broad was sent reverse to county route last week to find a number of forms ahead of the India series.
"We always choose our best XI and Stuart broad has been a large part of that for the previous little years. That is the criteria we will use when option the surface for Lords. He is in the team but we are yet to create a conclusion about the best XI," Flower supposed.