Jofra is Bajan by birth but he made a choice to represent England.
The 58-year-old Estwick said: “Jofra is Bajan by birth but he made a choice to represent England. I’m happy for him, but the friendship ends once we walk on that park and Jofra knows that. When you lose a player of that talent you have some tinge of regret but you can’t hold that regret for the rest of your life, you have got to look forward.
“All I’ll say to Jofra is, good luck to him. I speak to him quite a bit. As long as he doesn’t do well against West Indies, it’s all good. He can do well against all the other international teams.”
Jofra Archer was lost to West Indies when making his England debut last summer but there is a growing belief among the tourists that the current crop of Caribbean fast bowlers could be their best since the glory days.