Duanne Olivier has uncovered he would love to play for England later on subsequent to walking out on South Africa to join Yorkshire.
Olivier delighted in progress with Derbyshire last season, taking 31 wickets in seven Division Two amusements, and that sufficiently demonstrated to verify a Test review for the Proteas’ arrangement against Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
The 26-year-old seemed to have solidified his place in their Test side with 31 wickets in five matches, likewise playing in two one-day internationals, yet then astounded numerous by reporting the finish of his South Africa profession in February.
Olivier was affirmed as a Kolpak enlist by Yorkshire in the wake of dismissing a two-year focal contract, and has now opened up the likelihood of remaining sufficiently long to verify British citizenship and meeting all requirements to play for England.
“I acknowledge that my Test vocation is over for South Africa yet on the off chance that I progress nicely, ideally later on, I can play for England,” Olivier told the Daily Mail.
“You generally need to put your brain to specific objectives. Perhaps individuals will believe it’s unlikely yet for me, in the event that I truly progress admirably, you never know.
“I can’t reveal to you what will occur later on. Everything I can do, starting at now, is control what I am doing this season and give 100 percent each amusement.
“I am a firm adherent that everything occurs for a reason and on the off chance that you simply focus on doing great that will deal with itself.
“I don’t think excessively a long ways ahead. Truly, it will be an objective to play for England one day and it would astonish however until further notice my unadulterated spotlight is on Yorkshire and simply doing great for them.”