Jofra Archer believes he demonstrated he is not just a one-trick pony after recording a six-wicket haul despite toning down the pace on the opening day of the third Ashes Test.

England's man of the moment regularly exceeded 90mph on his Test debut at Lord's last week, peaking at 96.1mph, and though there was no repeat of those speeds at Headingley, the Sussex man compensated with probing lines and lengths.

He was rewarded with six for 45 - his best figures in a fledgling international career - inducing a collapse that saw Australia slip from 136-2 to 179 all out at the end of a rain-affected day, where only 52.1 overs were possible.

Archer said: "I don't need to run in and bowl 90mph every spell to get wickets. It's shown that today.

"The conditions were a little bit bowler friendly but you've still got to bowl the ball in the right areas to get the wickets.

"There will be times in Test matches you have to focus on hitting your length. There will be times to ramp it up as well but you don't have to go into it every innings.

"This wasn't a wicket where you had to run in and bowl 90mph. It was a bit softer on top, a bit of swing and nip. If you put it in the right areas you should get wickets."