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Jonny Bairstow says that he willreturn even stronger after being left from the England squad for the Test series in New Zealand in November.
The wicketkeeper, 30, was dropped after averaging only 20.25 this season.
Asked if he had beenperformed with Test cricket, Bairstow told BBC Sport:Absolutely not.
I really like my Test cricket. Obviously Its not the very first time being lost has happened. Hopefully it will be the last.
He added:Weve been touring non-stop for five, six or seven decades. This gives me the chance to go out, train hard and focus in my game.
Bairstow has performed with 69 Tests, 48 of which are because the designated wicketkeeper.
When he kept wicket, along with another as a specialist number three batsman on the tour of Sri Lanka five of his six decades have come.
Together with Jos Buttler set to take the gloves for the two Tests in New Zealand starting on 20 November, Bairstow said he is going to be delighted to go back.
I just wish to get back into the group, no matter how it really is, he explained. Whatever place becomes available, it wont be the first time if it is merely as a batter
National selector Ed Smith said Bairstow will come back abetter player following the squad was announced a month.
Bairstow was appointed from the group.
Analysis and view by the cricket correspondent of the BBC.

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