James Anderson, veteran bowler for the England cricket team, spoke to Sky Sports about his thoughts on the current squad's fast-bowling attack.
Anderson believes that England has one of the best fast-bowling units in the world.
He praised the team's "bank" of players to choose from, saying that they all motivate each other to perform better.
Anderson specifically praised Ollie Robinson, who he believes is one of the best bowlers in the world.
Anderson also spoke about the debate surrounding the use of the pink ball in day/night Test matches, saying that he prefers the traditional red ball and believes that Test cricket should be played with it.
He described the pink ball as feeling "plasticky," not shining, and not scuffing up to get reverse swing.
With the likes of Anderson, Broad, Robinson, Wood, Stone, and Potts all vying for spots in the playing XI, competition among England's bowlers is fierce.
Anderson's comments should give England fans optimism, as the team's strong bowling attack should be able to take on any team in the world.
The upcoming season of Test matches should provide an exciting opportunity for England's bowlers to showcase their talents.