Jos Buttler discusses his retirement intentions prior to the ICC World Cup in 2023 

Jos Buttler discusses his retirement intentions prior to the ICC World Cup in 2023. The England cricket team’s captain, Jos Buttler, was open about his plans to retire after the ICC World Cup 2023, which will begin on October 5 in India.

One of the most influential individuals in England’s cricket history is the 33-year-old Buttler. He was a key contributor to England’s first World Cup triumph of 2019, which followed their victory over New Zealand.

Along with helping the struggling English team by hitting 59 off 60 and forming a crucial 110-run partnership with Ben Stokes, he also ran Martin Guptill out of the game, which allowed his team to tie the Super Over and win the game on boundary counts.

At Melbourne Cricket Ground, he also led England to victory over Pakistan in the T20 World Cup 2022 championship match.

As England prepares to play the World Cup runners-up on October 5, Buttler declared that he has no immediate plans to retire.

“Hopefully, I’ll play for England for a while more. I just turned 33, yet I don’t feel that old. It is a tremendous honor to represent your country, and I don’t take it lightly. I’m also really calm about it, though.

“I’m looking forward to what lies ahead. I still want to develop as a player and improve in some areas, which is a good source of motivation, buttler added.

In the context of a cricketing environment where some elite players have ended their 50-over careers in order to focus on the shorter format and play in leagues, Buttler acknowledged the changing situation and stated he will make his decision carefully.

Whatever occurs will resolve itself. There are now additional opportunities because the environment has shifted a little. It just depends on what works best for you going ahead, according to Buttler.

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