Ollie Robinson said he is ready to go again after a massive effort to bowl Sussex to victory.

The England seamer finished with 14 wickets in the match as his county had to settle for a draw at Worcestershire.

Robinson followed up his first innings performance of 7-59 with another super-human effort which brought him 7-57 and his career best match figures of 45.4-10-116-14 before leaving the field with what appeared to be cramp and he watched the finale from the boundary edge.

He said: “It is nice to get a few wickets and get back into the rhythm of it.

“It’s a shame it didn’t get the team over the line. I’m a bit gutted that it’s sort of in vain. Nice personally but I’d rather we’d have got the win.

“My body feels alright. I came off with just a bit of cramp so probably a little bit dehydrated. No, my body feels good after four tough days.

“Can I play against Leicestershire on Thursday? Before the game, my intention was to play there so nothing has changed in my mind.

“I’ll obviously speak to England and see what their thinking is but I’m more than happy to keep it going.”