England’s World Cup-succeeding captain Eoin Morgan states he aspires to move on as skipper – if his painful back permits him to do so.
The 32-year-old has a record of back sprains and experienced a spasm during the World Cup.
Morgan declared he aspires to direct England at the Twenty20 World Cup in Australia in October 2020.
“I require some time to think. It’s a significant decision and a prominent responsibility”.
Morgan was the planner of England men’s first World Cup victory, driving them from the embarrassment of a first-round departure in 2015 to supremacy in the unbelievable final upon New Zealand at Lord’s in July.
On Friday he was back at Lord’s, being presented with a commemorative cap by the England and Wales Cricket Board for his World Cup victory, playing 200 one-day internationals for England and captaining them on 100 incidents.
Questioned if he wanted to captain in Australia following year, he answered: “Certainly. Who doesn’t?
“I just don’t crave to let anybody depressed. When you drive, you have to reach from the front and you have to be physically fit.
“Finding form is another thing. That serves itself an explanation.”
Morgan clogged out of the World Cup win afresh West Indies on 14 June, yet redeemed to score 148 off 71 balls – including an ODI history 17 sixes – upon Afghanistan four days succeeding.
Although the back injury did not reoccur throughout the World Cup, Morgan said it restricted the significance of training he was ready to do.
After a two-week pause of the World Cup final, Morgan has highlighted in four T20 Blast matches yet dragged out of the match upon Sussex on 9 August with a back injury.
Morgan, who is not associated in England’s Test team presently playing against Australia, because of his role in the Euro T20 Slam at the tip of August for Dublin Chiefs, still, the competition has been postponed for a year.