West Indies bowler Shannon Gabriel is hopeful of returning from injury in time to be selected for a planned Test tour of England.
The Windies and England are attempting to organise a three-match series - to be held behind closed doors - for July, with games pencilled in for July 8, July 16 and July 24, according to Johnny Grave, the Cricket West Indies (CWI) chief executive.
Grave also confirmed a 25-man squad, including 10 reserves, will travel to the United Kingdom in the week commencing June 8.
Gabriel has not featured in the longest format since September 2019, having struggled with an ankle injury which subsequently required surgery in November last year.
Now, the paceman is focusing on stepping up his rehabilitation with the aim of returning to the fold for the series.
"It's a good feeling always to represent West Indies. It's good to be back out on the park," he told i955FM.
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