While Zimbabwe international Kyle Jarvis is having some of his best performances in England, he ruled out the possibility of a return to international duty for the Chevrons saying that he is happy with his contract at Lancashire.
“It’s flattering being connected with international cricket again,” Jarvis, 28, told BBC Radio Lancashire. “But I’m a contracted Lancashire player until 2018. I’m not looking past that.” Jarvis ended his time with Zimbabwe in order to play for Lancashire under the Kolpak rule. Should he return to Zimbabwe, he would lose his Kolpak status and play only as an overseas player.
Jarvis has had some impressive performances of late. He took sic wickets in an innings to give Lancashire a great advantage over Warwickshire in the Specsavers County Championship match. Jarvis has now taken six-wicket hauls in consecutive Lancashire games.
He had his early season disturbed by a broken thump but he has regained his momentum and he is doing well alongside South African bowler Ryan McLaren.