Jos Buttler targets England Test place

England's Jos Buttler in action during 4th Natwest Series One Day International against Australia on September 14, 2013
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Jos Buttler says that he wants to become England's first-choice Test wicketkeeper in the future.

Lancashire batsman Jos Buttler has stated that his ambition is to become England's first-choice Test wicket-keeper.

The 23-year-old completed his move to the Red Rose county on Monday after choosing to leave home county Somerset at the end of last season.

Buttler, who has played 19 one-day matches and 25 Twenty20 internationals for England, is yet to make his Test debut.

"I'm an ambitious person and I want to play Test cricket. That's my ultimate aim," he told BBC North West Tonight.

"Realistically, I know I'm a little way off that, but that's why I'm here. I feel this club can aid me in doing that and getting me to my ultimate goals."

Lancashire finished top of County Championship Division Two last season.

England's Jos Buttler in action during 4th Natwest Series One Day International against Australia on September 14, 2013
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